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As we graduate, we are fully aware of the crises in the world to- 
day — democracy versus dictatorship . . . freedom versus enslavement. 
Massachusetts, known as the cradle of liberty, has served our country 
well. Therefore, we have chosen to portray as the theme of our year- 
book the importance of our commonwealth in the past, present, and 
future of the United States. 




In future years, when we review the events of our times, we hope 
to look with pride upon the loyalty of the members of the class of 
1960 to God, our nation, and our commonwealth. 








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In Memoriam 




The Class of 1960 was saddened on January 26, 1959, 
by the death of one of its most likeable members, George 
Brasco. His loyalty and willingness to lend a helping 
hand have won this popular, cheerful lad an everlasting 
place in our hearts and memories. 

"MAY HE REST IN PEACE . . ." 







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We the members of the Class of 1960 dedicate our yearbook to Mr. Francis E. 
Sheehy, who served faithfully as our headmaster from 1953 to 1959. Mr. Sheehy, 
a native of Dorchester, Massachusetts, graduated from Dartmouth College and 
Harvard Graduate School. 

After two years in the business world Mr. Sheehy entered the field of education. 
Before coming to Waltham High in 1928, he taught science," history, biology, and 
physics in Medway and Manchester. 

While at Waltham High Mr. Sheehy served as a teacher, class advisor, guidance 
counselor, master, and finally headmaster. t> 

After many years in his chosen profession, Mr. Sheehy retired in June 1959. 
Since his retirement he has been in residence at West Yarmouth on Cape Cod. 

We wish to dedicate this book, the 1960 Mirror, as a token of our gratitude for 
lis tireless efforts on our behalf., _J .t» ^ ' 

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It is a pleasure, as Governor, to be afforded 
the opportunity by your l.drror co-editors, Katherine 
Cahill and Elaine Stern, to extend my personal best 
wisnes to eacn of you on the occasion of your forthcom- 
ing graduation. 

ihe event will tie a milestone in your lives 
and will be among the important and, in many ways, more 
memorable aspects of your achievements of tne past and 
future, 

I join witn your trienos in noping that in th^ 
years ahead, and in wnatever may be the course of your 
activities as responsible citizens of your communities, 
good fortune and success always will be with you. 

While I may, I should like to commend the theme 
of your yearbook, which empnasizes the historical back- 
ground of l.assacnusetts. It is a noteworthy endeavor, 
especially since there is so much that our Commonwealth 
has contributed to the growth ana development of our 
nation. 

Congratulations to you all and best of luck. 

Sincerely yours. 





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EDITORS: 

Janice Wheeler, Clerical; Betty Scott, Business; Katherine Cahill, Elaine Stern, Co-Editors; 
Christine Cosgrove, Pat Cross, Literary; Edith Loeser, Art. BACK ROW: Dennis O'Leary, Art; 
Mike Skane, Nancy Williams, Al Graceffa, Sports; Edward Kaplan, Subscriptions; Anthony 
Palumbo, Business. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Eleanor Brownell, Subscriptions; Barbara 
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Business Staff 

Tony Palumbo 
Betty Scott 

Patricia Brueck 
Martha Close 
Joel Cohn 
Marcia Collins 
Alfio Graceffa 
Joanne Hayes 
Theresa Iannuzzo 
Paulet Kirley 
Richard Martin 
Nancy Pederson 
Kathleen Sederquist 
Sandra Sessi 
Mike Skane 
Charlotte Smith 
Sue Weagle 
Janet Wiker 
Frances Wright 
Kenneth Zeno 

Subscriptions 

Eleanor Brownell 
Edward Kaplan 



EDITORS-IN-CHIEF 

Elaine Stern 
Kate Cahill 



Literary Staff 

Christine Cosgrove 
Patricia Cross 

Irene Asekoff 
Judy Behnke 
Gerald Cutler 
Robert Dangelmayer 
Charlene DeRose 
Kenneth Gage 
Willard Gates 
Dolores Mello 
Barbara Mostowitz 
Faith Norton 
Susan Place 
Edward Ryan 
Virginia Sinclair 
Sherry Smith 
William Sullivan 
Ruth Thorburn 
Suzanne Weagle 

Photography 

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Clerical Staff 

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Linda Mosman 

Barbara Hart 
Donna Hoyt 
Richard Martin 
Marilyn Mclvor 
Diane Morley 

Sports Staff 

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Mike Skane 
Nancy Williams 

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Dennis O'Leary 

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Denise Denehy 
Edward Flynn 
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Joan Leone 
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Christine Cosgrove 

Hi, Kids! 

How can I ever really tell you, I won- 
der, how much it has meant to me to be 
your A.F.S. exchange student to Milano, 
Italy, this summer. I could describe, of 
course, the folk sings we held on the 
deck of the S. S. Zuiderkruis busily 
steamed across the ocean, or the wonder- 
ful members of the Pizzorno and Rossi 
families with whom I lived. Perhaps I 
could explain the aromas of an Italian 
kitchen, or tell you of the thrill I felt 
on seeing the dome of St. Peter's in the 
twilight. But somehow even these things 
fail to express what I really want to say. 
Being an exchange student is, in truth, 
rather an indescribable experience, be- 
cause suddenly, at some unknown min- 
ute, you really realize the wonderful 
truth in that statement that says all men 
are brothers. After that it is merely a 
question of living the American Field 
Service motto: "Walk together, talk to- 
gether, ye peoples of the earth: then 
and only then shall ye have peace." 

Always, 
Tina 



Hi, Kids, 

In life everything has a beginning and 
an end. Days go too fast, and now I 
have to face the sad fact that soon I'll 
be saying adieu to my friends in Wal- 
tham, to the vast and beautiful America. 

America, will I ever forget you? Will 
days full of happy memories and ex- 
periences ever be forgotten? Fully will 
I remember and cherish the "How do 
you like Americas?", the football 
games, the bus tickets from Mr. Gallag- 
her, the homeroom and democracy 
classes of Mrs. Dunbrack, the art room 
of Mrs. Gabriel, the sorority meetings, 
Mr. Neylon and the yearbook, the 
shoveling during the March snowstorm, 
the bold attempt to ice skate for the first 
time, la classe de frangais, the kick I 
had in learning the American slangs and 
many more. 

With me will forever linger these 
happy thoughts. My heart will always 
be full of memories, full of gratitude to 
the American Field Service, the whole 
faculty and student body of Waltham 
High School, my American family and 
the whole community of Waltham who 
have been so kind and friendly . . . the 
people of America. 

"Paalam at iniibig ko kayong la- 
hat!!" . . . Goodbye and I love you all. 

Love always, 
Linda 





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We, the members of the Senior Class, in order to show our gratitude to the teachers, to form 
a more perfect school, to insure scholastic tranquility, and to promote the general welfare of 
the students, hereby present and record the last will and testament of the graduating class of 
nineteen hundred and sixty. 

To Mr. Gallagher, our affable headmaster, we leave our sincere gratitude for making our senior 
year such a wonderful finale to our three terms at Waltham High School. 

We bequeath to Mr. May a book bound in gold comprised of all the fantastic excuses that he 
has received in the attendance office, Room 210. 

Mr. Westall, Director of the Vocational High School, will be the proud recipient of a barometer 
especially constructed in the electronics lab designed to check the "human elements" and to 
help him determine how many boys will appear without ties. 

To our submaster, Mr. Hood, we endow an anthology of voluntary enforced book reports. 

Our gift to Mr. Morang, our other submaster, is a set of accurate scales, a new supply of 
unbreakable test tubes, and a new batch of properly graduated cylinders. 

So that Miss Betts will be able to play her French records in style, we bequeath to her a 
new ultra modern stereophonic record player. 

For Mr. Husson we leave an I.O.U. signed by all the undetected members of the National 
Honor Society who forgot to wear their pins. 

We bestow on Miss McCullough a life-sized color television set and a reclining easy chair so 
she can watch "Focus" in the comfort of her office. 

A small foreign car is our presentation to Mr. LeFlem. We are sure this auto will make the 
trip to his native France a most delightful vacation. 

The gift which we will to Miss MacQuarrie is a year's supply of tiny brushes to keep her 
pencil sharpener bright and gleaming all the time. 

Bequeathed to Mr. Levey is a large size whetstone with which to sharpen his shining axe. 

After being controlled on the basketball court by a stopwatch, Mr. Quinn will enjoy our gift, 
a grandfather's clock, to keep him happy while ticking away his leisure moments. 

A tall shiny percolator awaits Mr. Lynch, for his daily early morning cup of coffee. 

For her Monday "U. S. News and World Report" discussions we leave to Mrs. Carney a full 
time moderator whose spare time would be spent tending her greenhouse in 217. 

Our gift to Mr. Viscarello is a new set of drums as an outlet for the emotional stress and 
strain built up from the tension that mounts from teaching novice drivers. 

To Miss Hirst, a knotty pine partition on stairway to keep her students always to the right. 

For Miss Madden we replenish innumerable pins and needles borrowed the past three years. 

Our presentation to Mr. Neylon is an elevator for quick trips from 216 to the Mirror Room. 

We leave to Miss Dubois a promoter who will guarantee publication of her latest book on 
French History. 

In order to time the three minute oral talks of her students, we leave to Miss Darmedy an 
accurate stop watch which will sound an alarm. 

To Mr. Glynn we leave a solid gold gavel to keep his business law classes and his Debating 
Club in order. 

We bequeath to Mr. Pike an extra long toothbrush and a year's supply of tooth paste to keep 
his smile gleaming forever. 

Connected to all the rooms in the school from 407 to 017 will be a new telephone system 
which we devise as our bequest to Mrs. Slaman and Miss Murray. 

To Mr. Daniels we leave a substantial supply of "worry pills" to see him over these crucial 
years in trying to produce "brainy electronic technicians." 

That Mr. Hall may keep school funds safe between trips to bank, we leave a large piggy bank. 

A homeroom, well endowed with funds for various collections, is left to our Mrs. Murphy. 

We leave Mr. Garrahan screaming, petrified, and fainting at the "oders," O-D-E-R-S, of 013. 

To the members of the Class of 1961 we leave our seats in the senior homerooms with the 
hope that they will fill them as capably as we did. 

To the members of the Class of 1962 we bequeath a complete set of fire-fighting equipment 
to enable them to extinguish the blaze of glory of our departure from Waltham High. 

As co-executors of this will we appoint Mrs. Shirley, Miss Hogan, Mr. Poirer who have wit- 
nessed our signatures thereof to our final will and testament in this the year of our graduation, 
nineteen hundred and sixty. Elaine Stern, assisted by Irene Asekoff. 



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Class Poem 



DREAM OF GREAT THINGS. YOUNG GENERATION 

I SEE A WORLD WHERE ALL MEN ARE 

BROTHERS AND ALL BROTHERS ARE FREE. 

I SEE A TIME OF PEACE AND GOODNESS: 

ALL THIS AWAITS US. 

LOOK AHEAD. BEYOND THE MIST. 

THERE IS A LITTLE WORLD— 
BUT NOT OF LITTLE MEN. 

OUR HANDS MUST MOLD THE FUTURE. 

AND WE— BUT AN APPRENTICE 
AT CREATION, 

SEEKING FIRST THE COUNSEL OF THE MASTER. 



WHY DO YOU FEAR 

WHEN IN YOUR HANDS. YOUR HEADS, 
YOUR HEARTS 

THERE IS THE POWER OF A PROMISE? 

LOOK NOT TO THE MOUNTAINS FOR YOUR STRENGTH. 
NOR TO THE ANGRY FOAMINGS OF THE SEA. 

PLACE NOT YOUR FAITH IN WONDERS 
OF CREATION 

BUT IN THE PEACEFUL PALM OF 
THE CREATOR. 



REST WITH THE WEARY; 

SEEK NO WAR TO WAGE. 

DARE TO DREAM, WALK SIDE BY SIDE, 
WALK STRONG AND PROUD. 

TO BREATHE FREE, TO BE FREE, 

TO FEEL THE BLOOD OF MANY NATIONS IN 
THE PULSE OF ONE: 

ALL THESE THINGS ARE YOURS, AMERICAN. 

CHRISTINE COSGROVE 
CLASS POET 









JANICE WHEELER 
Secretary 



PENNY SCHOFIELD 

Vice President 



RICHARD MARTIN 
President 



BARBARA MOSTOWITZ 

Treasurer 







VALERIE ABRUZZI Business 

49 Stearns Street 

This blond-haired miss came to us from Cambridge High. In 
her spare time Val can be found eating pizza or spaghetti with 
Pat, Lois, or Sally. Dancing is another favorite pastime of this 
hazel-eyed senior, but homework and tests are taboo. Future 
days will see Val working in a large office. 

Activities : Newspaper Staff 4. 

JOANNE ALA College 

58 Madison Road 

Popular Joanne dislikes conceited boys. Brown-eyed "Dora" 
roams the hallowed halls of W.H.S. with Gladys, Nancy, Jean, 
Barbara, Pauline, Ellen, and Frannie. Best of luck always, 
Joanne! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4, Vice President 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; Talent Show 4; Usher 
at Open House 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 3, 4; Maroon Squad 
4; Newspaper Staff 4; "Ace of Clubs" Editor 4; Mirror Art Staff 4. 




JOHN ALA College 

58 Madison Road 

John spends most of his time at W.H.S. with Buzz, Paul, Jim, 
and Cliff. He hopes to have a future in business administration. 
Good luck, John! 

Activities : Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; German Club 3, 4. 






WALTER ALTERISIO 

1085 Main Street 

Walt spends many busy hours with Bill 
drawing . . . enjoys sports and pizza 
a draftsman. 



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MARIE ANDERSON Business 

120 Myrtle Street 

Blue-eyed Marie has her sights set on a job in a Boston office. 
An alumna of North Junior, she often enjoys a steak dinner 
with "mignon-mates," Trisha, Carol, Mai, and Kathy. 



KENNETH ANDREWS 
942 Trapelo Road 

Ken . . . often seen at parties 
heard calling him "Andy" 



College 

. Russ, Bob, and Hank always 
stays away from people who 
don't keep secrets. In the future Ken will be at Northeastern U. 

Activities: Rifle Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club Play 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 2; Christmas Show 3, 4; Math Club 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Band 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Electrical Committee 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4. 

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RICHARD ANTONUCCI Business 

88 Parkview Road 

"Tudger," as he is known to his friends, hopes to specialize 
in aircraft maintenance in the future. Pizza flies high in his 
food category . . . can often be heard saying, "I doubt it." 

Activities: Treasurer Dramatics Club 4; Treasurer Ski Club 4; Football 2; 
Red Cross Room Representative 3; Dramatics Club Play 4. 

IRENE ASEKOFF College 

475 Trapelo Road 

Popular "Reni" can usually be found giving ten easy lessons 
in perfect lobster eating at the biggest party in town . . . lost 
among her pet peeves, tall people . . . loves to discuss her 
future as a social worker with Eileen, Judy, and Bobbie. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Executive Council 4; Debating 
Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3; Usher at Open House 2, 3, 4; 
Library Council 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2; 210 Staff 4; 
Newspaper Staff 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Literary Staff of the Mirror 
4; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Math Club 4; Bloodmobile 4. 









ARTHUR AUCOIN Vocational 

9 Castle Street 

"Archie" can be found at the drive-in eating clams. "It isn't 
how you look, it's how you feel" is his philosophy according 
to pals, Kevin, Eddie, and Smitty . . . dislikes busy telephones. 
In the future ask him for the number of his printing shop. 



JOHN AUCOIN Business 

22 F Hansen Road 

John, an alumnus of North Junior High, is a future business 
executive . . . would play cards and eat hamburgers anytime 
at all. Good luck, John! 

Activities : Homeroom Representative 2, 3; Red Cross Homeroom Represen- 
tative 2; Monitor 4. 





JOHN AULD, JR. Vocational 

237 School Street 

"Going up, look out for the wires!" warns brown-eyed "Junior." 
You'll find him sitting in Brighams' with Ed, Ron, and Frank. 
Best wishes to one of our future machinists! 

PAUL BANACOS College 

94 Bacon Street 

Brown-eyed and dynamic "Butch" . . . usually seen eating 
banana splits with Dave, Muff, Elf, and Pinto . . . lives through 
the school day for the 2:30 bell . . . Best wishes, Butch. 

Activities: Basketball 4; Cafeteria Squad 4; Mirror Homeroom Representative 3. 



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DAVID BARBER College 

21 Murray Street 

Golfing and eating spaghetti are among David's favorite pas- 
times; homework is about his most undesirable activity . . . 
best friends include Butch, Elf, Horse, Muff, and Blunt. After 
graduation David will further his education at college. 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Math Club. 

THOMAS BARCA General 

110 Alder Street 

Energetic Tom can usually be found working on his car with 
Butch, Charlie, Jerry, Dave, and Bernie. He hopes he'll get 
his fill of spaghetti when he wears the "Navy Blue." 







ROBERT BARR Business 

61 y 2 Chestnut Street 

Energetic Bob hails from South Junior . . . enjoys lunch per- 
iods best at W.H.S. . . . future plans indefinite, but he's 
marked for success. Best of luck, Bob! 



MARY ANN BATTAGLIA 
18 Mayall Road 

A teaching career lies ahead for brown-eyed Mary Ann . . . 
spaghetti and meatballs rate an "A-plus" for her . . . favorite 
names in her record book are Carole and Mary . . . we know 
she'll make the grade. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Library Council 3. 






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RICHARD BECKLUND 
4 Allen Road 

Good-looking Becky can usually be seen with Dave, Elf, Joe, 
and Jack . . . dislikes doing homework . . . future plans 
are undecided. 

Activities: Rifle Club 3, 4; Math Club 4. 

JUDITH BEHNKE College 

75 Hillcroft Road 

Pizza-eating "Judi" dislikes people who stare . . . may be 
heard exclaiming "See a crowd" . . . enjoys reading . . . will 
attend Simmons College . . . friends include Reni, Eileen, and 
Bobbie. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Executive Board 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Pep 
Club 3; Usher at Open House 3, 4; Library Council 2, 3, 4. 

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DOLLARD BELLIVEAU Business 

16 Lawton Place 

Dollard's pet peeve is one shared by every W.H.S.'er — home- 
work. He plans to go on to business school after graduation. 

ROY BERGESEN College 

16 Wheelack Terrace 

This likeable baseball enthusiast plans to attend the University 
of Mass. before entering the service . . . may be seen with 
buddies, Mucka, Joe, and Cliff. 

Activities : German Club 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4. 




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CARL BERGQUIST Technical 

138 Vernon Street 

' ; C. B., that's me!" Carl reminds his friends, Fred, Todd, Walter, 
Paul, Ken, and Joe. When he's not eating a big, juicy steak, he 
may be working on his hobbies, models and stamp collecting, 
but his sparkling blue eyes lose their glimmer at the mention 
of homework. This tech course senior sees college next on his 
agenda. 

Activities : German Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Language Laboratory Assistant 4. 



College 



CAROLINE BERRY 
117 Russell Street 

Caroline is a future airline stewardess . . . practices her take- 
offs with Barbara, Sandy, Maureen, and Janet . . . wants to 
abolish Mondays. Fly above the clouds, W.H.S.'er! 

Activities: Dramatics 2, 3; Bowling 2; Glee Club 2; Dramatics Club Ticket 
and flay Committees 3. 





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SANDRA BESSEY 

157 Chaffee Avenue 

"Sandi" hopes to be a legal secretary . 
Pat, Judy, Les, Carole, Jo, Chris, or 
blonde enjoys sewing at W.H.S. 

Activities : Mirror Business Staff 4. 



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BARI BIEDERBECK 
9 Allen Road 

This blonde, hazel-eyed senior may be seen at W.H.S. football 
games with Frannie, Merrily, Joanne, and Betsy . . . never seen 
with football "haters" . . . teaching career in her future. 

Activities: Dramatics Club Secretary 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 3. 4; Re.l 
Cross Representative 3; Maroon Squad 4; Math Club 4; Newspaper Staff - ; 
Mirror Business Staff 2; Junior from Committee 3; Dance Committee 2. 

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VALERIE BIRD Business 

505 Main Street 

Valerie came to the hallowed halls of W.H.S. from North 
Junior. A future member of the W.A.C., Val can be seen 
gleefully devouring Chinese food with chopstick chums, Gail, 
Audrey, Thelma, and Pat. 

Activities: Open House Usher 3; Glee Club 3; Business Staff of Mirror 4. 

LAURENCE BONFILIO General 

271 Trapelo Road 

Popular Larry enjoys weight-lifting . . . friends include Tudger, 
Alan, and Fred . . . forecast for a bright future includes the 
Army. 



NANCY BORDEN College 

475 Trapelo Road 

Pretty, sandy-haired "Nance" enjoys going out with the kids, 
Joanne, Di, and Barbara. After majoring in languages at col- 
lege, she plans to travel and "see the world" . . . will take 
anybody up on an offer of pizza or steak. 

Activities : German Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Usher at Open House 2; News- 
paper Staff 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Bloodmobile 4; Main Office Staff 3, 4. 





GAIL BORGES Business 

285 Newton Street 

Gail, who came to W.H.S. from South Junior High, enjoys 
riding around with her friends, Sherry, Carol, Valerie, and 
Charlotte . . . pizza rates high on her menu. After graduation 
she hopes to become a secretary. Good luck, Gail! 







MELVIN BREAULT Business 

659 Trapelo Road 

"People make you that way," says likeable "Butch." This 
blonde-haired, blue-eyed man of action hopes to find good 
Italian food in the Marine Corps. 

GEORGE BRESLIN College 

117 Cedarwood Avenue 

Popular George is annoyed by days when he has a test in 
every subject . . . friends are Joe, Doug, Tony, and John. 
Would eat steak and listen to records anytime. Soon George 
will enter college; his goal will be to become a radio or tele- 
vision announcer. 

Activities: Business Staff of Mirror 4; Maroon Squad 4; Christmas Show 3; 
Crimson Key 4; Debating Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Ski Club 4; Football 
2, 3; Basketball 3, 4; Senior Play 4. 

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KENNETH BROWN Vocational 

148 Andover Road 

5' 10", brown-eyed "Brownie" loves roast beef. "Holy Mackerel. 
Andy!" is heard when he's having a "blast" with Bob, Bill, or 
John . . . bothered by girls who are good looking and know it 
. . . will see the world "after graduation.' 



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ELEANOR BROWNELL 
142 Ash Street 

Energetic "Ele" enjoys dancing . . . can be found with Nancy. 
Carolyn, and Terry . . . stepping into a teaching career in the 
future ... we know she'll be on her toes in the spotlight of 
success! 

Activities : Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Business Manager of Dramatics Club 
Play; Talent Show Choreographer 2, 4; Usher at Open House 2, 3, 4; Class 
Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Christmas Show 2; Glee Club 2; News- 
paper Staff 2; Business Staff of Mirror 2, 3; Mirror Representative 2; Art Staff 
of Golden Door 3; Dramatics Club Play Reading Committee 2, 3; Mirror 
Subscription Editor 4. 






RICHARD BUCKLEY Vocational 

19 Stow Street 

Six-foot-one "Rich" plans to attend Wentworth. Playing sports 
with Big Dick, Bob, Ed, Joe, Frank, and Moose takes up his 
spare time. All our best wishes, "Rich"! 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN BUTCHER Vocational 

140 Marivista Avenue 

Shop, steak, and French fries are favorites of popular "Butch" 
. . . can be found with Cappa and Bob or fixing his model A 
. . . future plans include wearing the "Navy blue." 





JOHN BUTLER College 

216 Dale Street 

Good natured "But" can always be seen with Cliff and Dang 
. . . looks for the "good qualities" in people . . . sure to succeed 
at St. Michael's College or B.C. 

Activities : German Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4. 

KATHERINE CAHILL College 

163 Summer Street 

"Really!" exclaims vivacious Kate, a devoted member of the 
S.S.S. . . . often found roaming with Merrily, Marcia, Betty, and 
Ann . . . enjoys working on the Mirror . . . plans include 
attending a school of nursing and obtaining a degree at B.C. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Glee Club 2; 
Talent Show 3, 4, Program Editor 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Senior Play 
Committee 4; Mirror Business and Planning Staff 3; Co-Editor of Mirror 1. 

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THELMA CARTER Business 

250 Florence Road 

A future private secretary . . . Italian food and swimming hit 
the right key for Thelma . . . Pat, Valerie, and Esther are 
words often seen in her dictation . . . just made for success. 

Activities : Open House Usher 3; Guidance Office Staff 3. 

ANGELINA CASELLA Business 

31 Floyd Street 

Peppy "Angie" spends her spare time talking on the phone 
or listening to the radio. This brown-eyed South Juniorite roams 
the corridors with Sandy, Kathy, Marie, Pat, and Ginny. Good 
luck to a future medical secretary. 

Activities : Business Staff 3, 4; Mirror Homeroom Representative 4. 




JUDITH CHADWICK College 

163 Longfellow Road 

This perky miss enjoys languages . . . friends include Pat, Judy, 
Del, and Di . . . Emmanuel College is her goal. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Bowling 2; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Bloodmobile 4; 
Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4; Talent Show 3; Open House Usher 4; Main Office 
Staff 3, 4. 







JACQUELINE CHAISSON College 

798 Moody Street 

"Jackie," with the pretty brown eyes, is usually seen with 
Charlene, Marie, Judy, Carole, Diane, and Linda . . . plans to 
go on to college. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3; Red Cross Representative 2; Math Club 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4; 210 Staff 2. 



PATRICIA CHAISSON General 

22 Dorchester Street 

Pat plans to go into library work . . . stacks on the back shelf 
people who treat teenagers like children but expect them to 
act like adults . . . often seen with either Louise or Maureen 
. . . will always put her name on the waiting list for pizza. 

FRANCES CHAPDELAINE College 

21 Andrea Road 

Nurse's training is her goal, and Frannie is on her way . . . 
enjoys talking over her future plans on the phone with Nancy, 
Jeanne, Dianne, Joanne, Betty, and Carolyn. "You're kidding, 
of course!" is her favorite saying as she runs to her next class. 
Fried clams and oysters make Frannie's brown eyes light up 
with delight. Good luck in the future to this peppy senior! 

Activities: Debating Club 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 
3, 4; Red Cross Representative 3; Maroon Squad 4; Glee Club 2; Mirror 
Business Staff 4; Operetta 2; Senior Play Committee 3. 

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JEAN CHIASSON Business 

23 Highland Street 

This petite blonde loves her Friday-night bowling dates . . . 
often seen sipping tea with friends, Polly, Martha, Carole, and 
Milly . . . plans to enter the business world after graduation 
from W.H.S. 

Activities: Volleyball 2; Bowling 2. 

ROBERT CHIASSON Vocational 

80 Church Street 

"What's hot?" asks six footer Bob to Ed, Bob, Gino, Buck, 
Tom, and Johnny . . . Hamburgers and turkey form the perfect 
diet for this math student . . . plans to visit Uncle Sam after 
graduation from W.H.S. 






DIANNE CHRISTIAN College 

12 Woerd Avenue 

A future x-ray technician, hazel-eyed "Di" likes everything at 
W.H.S. . . . people who misspell her name bother this pretty 
miss, who enjoys sorority meetings and Marcia, Pam, Fran, 
Penny, Merrily, Charlotte, and Katie . . . often heard exclaiming 
"I don't believe a word of it, but probably!" 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Talent Show 3. 4; Pep Club 
3, 4; Open House Usher 3; Library Council 2; Newspaper Staff 2; Class 
Treasurer 2; Mirror Business Staff 3, 4; Operetta 2; Glee Club 2; Dance 
Committee 2; Football Usher 2; Volleyball 2; Basketball 2; Mirror Home- 
room Representative 2; Red Cross Representative 2, 4. 



WILLIAM CINCOTTA Business 

292 River Street 

Peppy "Willie" enjoys bowling or eating steak with Richie, Fred, 
John, and Larry . . . hopes to attend business school after 
graduation from W.H.S. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 4; Open House Usher 2; Cafeteria Squad 2, 3; 
Red Cross Representative 2; Student Council 2j Mirror Representative 3. 





BEVERLY CLARK College 

108 Warren Street 

Smiling "Bev" likes pizza and television . . . may be heard 
saying, "I believe so!" . . . usually seen with Carole, Marie, 
Tina, Lesley, and Mary, but never with people who arrive late 
. . . future holds Bridgewater State Teachers' College for 
happy Bev. 

Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Open House Usher 2, 4. 

JOHN CLAVIN Vocational 

65 Brightwood Road 

Science rates high with "Clav" . . . may be found playing the 
drums when not at Ho'Jo's . . . likes pizza and sub sandwiches 
. . . often heard saying, "Don't have any right now." 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. 

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MARTHA CLOSE College 

24 Caughey Street 

Brown-eyed Martha keeps telephone wires humming with con- 
versations with Pauline, Jean, and Carol . . . likes "fabulous" 
hamburgers . . . dislikes getting up early . . . hopes to be in- 
cluded on roll at Framingham State Teachers College or Boston 
University. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatic9 Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Bowling 
3, 4; Christmas Show 3, 4. 



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JOEL COHN 

54 Washington Avenue 

Likeable Joel enjoyed playing tennis and bowling with Ken, 
Tony, Charlie, and Warner . . . frowns on homework and getting 
up in the morning, but enjoys playing sports at W.H.S. . . . 
future plans include college. 

Activities: Debating Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Ski Club; Football 2; 
Prop Director Talent Show 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4; 
Christmas Show 3, 4; Math Club 4; Football Usher 4; Mirror Business Staff 
4; Homeroom Representative 2, 3; Senior Play Committee 4; Senior Play 4. 




FRANCIS COLANGELO Business 

20 Cleveland Road 

"I doubt it," says Frankie when asked if he could refuse straw- 
berry shortcake . . . would rather spend homework time playing 
hockey . . . pals are Red, Bob, Ken and Sandy . . . plans 
to attend business school and then join the armed services. 

Activities: Monitor 4. 







BEVERLY COLBORNE College 

41 Sterling Road 

Pretty "Bev" enjoys talking on the telephone with Margaret, 
Gerry, Helen, and Dougie. This pert, blonde miss hopes to 
attend nursing school after graduation. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2; Softball 2; Talent Show 4; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Red Cross Representative 2. 




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MARCIA COLLINS 
91 Ellison Park 

Popular blue-eyed Marcia is seldom seen without Rosalie, Barb, 
Kate, and Club . . . hopes to attend Bridgewater State Teachers' 
College after graduation from W.H.S. Best of luck always, 
Marcia! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3; Pep Club 4; Basketball 
2; Math Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; Junior Prom 
Homeroom Representative 3. 

MARGARET CONNOLLY College 

26 Oak Street 

"I doubt it," declares "Peggy," who is always found with chums, 
Bev, Jean, and Joan . . . dislikes egotistical people . . . very 
fond of pizza . . . junior or business college follows graduation. 
Good luck in the future! 

Activities: Pep Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Library Council 2, 3. 

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ROBERT CONLEY Vocational 

77 Gardner Street 

"Quit buggin' me!" is the cry of blonde, blue-eyed Bob when 
Eddy, Jack, Bob, or Hub mentions work . . . spends spare time 
working on cars, collecting guns, or eating steak . . . future 
plans uncertain, but are sure to be successful. Good luck, Bob! 



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MARILYN CONNORS 

47 Alderwood Road 

"Malsy" likes her typing classes . . . chicken rings a bell with 
this hazel-eyed miss . . . learned her keyboard with Marie, Joyce, 
Sandy, and Gail . . . business school is next on her agenda . . . 
"typed" for a promising future. 









ANDREW COOK Vocational 

12 Travis Road 

"Cookie" is a future Air Force flier . . . pot roast sends him to 
cloud No. 9 . . . likes science experiments with Don, Bill, Dick, 
and Fred . . . Fly high, Cookie! 



JAMES COOK College 

139 Beal Road 

Likeable Jim despises homework most of all . . . astronomy along 
with Paul, Don, Jerry, and Bill rates an extra star with him 
. . . future includes college . . . sure to be one of our foremost 
scientists in years to come. 

Activities: Riflery 2; Math Club 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Science 
Seminar 3, 4. 





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JOSEPH CORMIER Vocational 

28 Fountain Street 

Popular "Bud" comes to W.H.S. by way of Junior High . . . 
enjoys wrestling, bowling, and playing ping-pong with James, 
Larry, Dennis, and Bill . . . marked for a successful future. 

Activities: Mirror Staff 3; Football 2. 

DONALD CORNWELL College 

50 Clements Road 

Likeable Don's favorite sport is fishing . . . would eat roast beef 
and potatoes any time, but definitely dislikes spinach . . . 
cohorts at W.H.S. are Gerry and Paul. The University of Massa- 
chusetts and a career in Veterinary Medicine are next in sight 
for Don. 

Activities : German Club 2, 3, 4. 

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RICHARD CORREIA 
4 Abbott Road 

Bowling and steak rank tops with Dick 
with Butch, Dave, Larry, or Bob . . . 
the Air Force. 

CHRISTINE COSGROVE 

54 Charlotte Road 

Tiny "Tina" was Waltham's exchange student to Italy . . . 
hopes to study languages and journalism at college . . . enjoys 
writing . . . may be seen with Marie, Pat, or Judy. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 2, Secretary 3, President 4; 
Talent Show 4; Pep Club 3; Usher at Open House 2, 3; Girls' Sports 2, 3; 
Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Math Club 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 
Department Head 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; A.F.S. Exchange Student 3; 
Mirror Literary Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; Mirror Homeroom Representative 2. 




BARBARA COTTER College 

32 Shade Street 

Barbara, with the blue eyes and brown hair, is a Latin scholar 
. . . enjoys bowling and skating with Nancy, Diane, and Joanne. 

Activities : Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Bowling 2; Talent Show 
3; Business Committee 3; Glee Club 2; Science Seminar 3; Art Club 4; 
Ski Club 4. 







MARIE COVENEY Technical 

1060 Trapelo Road 

This pretty miss can be found eating baked lobster with friends, 
Tina, Pat, and Judy . . . hopes to attend an engineering school 
and become a math teacher. We read the "sign" of success 
on her slide rule. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Debating Club 2, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pep Club 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Math Club 4; Bloodmobile 4; News- 
paper Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 




ALFRED CRANE College 

165 Chestnut Street 

College-bound is this active sports enthusiast. Going along with 
his ideas are his pals, Al, John, Carl, Bill, and Jim. Steak 
scores high with "Allie," but to smart people Allie says, "Bug 
off me, little man!" Whether it's a touchdown, a basket, or a 
home run, you're sure to find Allie around. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Football 2, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics Club Play 4; Talent Show 4; Maroon Squad 4; Christmas Show 3; 
Mirror Art Staff 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Representative 3. 

FRED CREAMER Vocational 

95 Robbins Street 

Fred enjoys reading and sleeping, but chattering girls are his 
pet peeve. A menu of fried chicken and tuna fish would suit 
him perfectly . . . future plans include Uncle Sam's service and 
later auto body work . . . seldom seen without Bob, Dick, Hany. 
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STEPHEN CROSBY Vocational 

162 Main Street 

6' 2" "Steverino" likes steaks . . . dislikes school sessions . . . 
happy when reading a history book . . . hopes to attend college 
in the future. Best of luck, Stephen! 

PATRICIA CROSS College 

340 Lexington Street 

Pert Pat loves to laugh with Judy, Tina, Judee, and Marie . . . 
"All together now — one, two, three . . ." is what this future 
linguist will chant in a variety of languages. Whatever the 
tongue, talented is the word to describe her! 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Bowling 
2; Archery 2; Talent Show Writer 4; Pep Club 3; Usher at Open House 2, 4; 
Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Literary 
Editor of Mirror 4; Bloodmobile 4; Graduation Ushers 3; Class Day Usher 3; 
Secretary of J.C.L. 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Talent Show Committee 3. 






DONALD CROWELL College 

144 West Street 

This lad spends his spare time in front of his short wave radio 
set. Look for him with Dennis, Donald, Joe, or Jim . . . hopes 
for a career in electrical engineering. 

Activities: Math Club 4; Riflery Team 2, 3. 



JAMES CURTIN College 

74 Mayall Road 

This jaunty, athletic senior always found with Buzz, Paul, and 
Buddy . . . likes steak, but not stubborn people . . . always 
heard commenting, "That's cool!" 

Activities: Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Talent Show 3, 4; Student Council 
Representative 2, 3; Class President 2; Junior Prom Committee Chairman 3; 
Sophomore Hop Committee Chairman 2. 









GAIL CURTIS Business 

111 Pond End Road 

Gail would swim a mile for a sub sandwich but wants to drown 
all homework. A former North Juniorite she often gathers around 
the radio with platter pals, Paula, Muriel, Loretta, and Maryann. 
After graduation she hopes to occupy still another desk, a 
secretary's of course! 

Activities: Bowling 2; Archery 2, 3; Badminton 2, 3, 4; Open House Usher 
2; Glee Club 2; Operetta 2. 

GRACE CURTIS Business 

111 Pond End Road 

This green-eyed twin enjoys the sports at W.H.S. . . . eating 
submarine sandwiches and listening to the radio rate highest 
on her list of favorites . . . memorizing work rates lowest 
. . . can usually be seen with Joyce, Mary Lou, Charlotte, Esther, 
Rita, or Judy . . . hopes to attend business school and become 
a medical secretary. 

Activities: Bowling 2, 4; Archery 2, 3, 4; Badminton 3, 4; Open House 
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RICHARD CUSACK Technical 

10 Woerd Avenue 

"See you around the campus," says friendly "Cuke," who came 
to us from South Junior. Fried clams rate high on his list, but 
the girls in Trig classes don't do as well . . . future includes 
attending Northeastern as a mechanical engineering major . . . 
pals are Bob, Mike, Ike, and Fred. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Art Club 4; Football Usher 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4. 

GERALD CUTLER 

137 Main Street 

"Gerry," who comes to W.H.S. via North Junior High, hopes 
to attend a liberal arts college and then go on to a graduate 
course in business administration. His favorite pastime is boating 
with his friends, Paul, Bob, Don, Bill, and Jim. 

Activities: Debating Club 3, 4; Riflery Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Literary Staff of Mirror 4. 



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ROBERT DANGELMAYER Technical 

28 Ellison Park 

"You name it; I like it," says popular "Dang" . . . can usually 
be found with Dave, Walter, and Gerry or with his sailboat 
. . . tries hardest to avoid women drivers. 

Activities: German Club 3: Latin Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; 
Rifle Club 2, 3, 4; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Math Club 4; 
Mirror Literary Staff 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4. 





ROBERT DeHAAS College 

261 Crescent Street 

"Tex," who dislikes girls that don't wear lipstick, enjoys work- 
ing with automobiles, eating hamburgers, and drinking frappes 
. . . friends are Bob, Skip, Ray, and Zeke. After graduating 
Tex plans either to enter the Navy or to start a career in 
Automotive Engineering. 

Activities : Cafeteria Squad 2, 3, 4. 




CYNTHIA DELANO College 

47 Edwin Road 

Sunny Cindy dislikes "story-tellers" at W.H.S. . . . usually found 
on Moody Street shopping with her friends, Paulette, Ellen, and 
Rosalie. Although her future plans are undecided, we're con- 
fident that she'll find success in whatever she does. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Bowling 2; Library 2, 3; 210 Staff 2, 3, 4. 

JEAN DELOURY Business 

53 Mountain Road 

A transfer from St. Mary's, Jean likes W.H.S. a lot . . . dislikes 
homework . . . fond of eating fried clams with Ginny, Carol, 
and June . . . plans to attend business school and become a 
private secretary. 

Activities: Glee Club 3; Operetta 2. 

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JUNE DELOURY Business 

53 Mountain Road 

June plans to become a medical secretary . . . thinks fried 
clams are just what the doctor ordered . . . prescription for 
happiness includes Marianne, Ginny, and Jean . . . has all 
the symptoms of a wonderful future. 

Activities : Glee Club 2; Operetta 2. 

DENISE DENEHY College 

267 Calvary Street 

College is next in "Denny's" future plans . . . enjoys having fun 
. . . may be seen biting into a cheeseburger with Grace, Marcia, 
Judy, Jean, and Margaret. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4; Softball 3; Pep Club 3, 4, Officer 4; 210 
Staff 3; Mirror Homeroom Representative 3; Sopbomore Hop Committee 2; 
Junior Prom Committee 2, 3. 




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EDWARD DENK Technical 

26 Farnum Road 

Ed is another "Wild Bill" when it comes to shooting a rifle or 
shotgun ... is usually seen with Buddy or Dick . . . formula 
for successful future includes college and a major in chemistry. 

Activities: Math Club 4; Riflery 2, 3. 



CHARLENE DeROSE College 

41 Derby Street 

This cute and peppy hockey cheerleader loves eating fried 
chicken with friends, Terry, Barb, Bobbie, and Sue . . . plans 
to attend Laselle Junior College. 

Activities : Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2; Girls* Sports 2; Talent Show 
3, 4; Cheering 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; Student Council Representative 3: 
Class Day Usher 4; Bloodmobile 4; 210 Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 4; Senior Play Committee 4; 
Decorating Committee 3. 





MARILYN DICKS Business 

2 Duddy Avenue 

Blue-eyed, blonde-haired "Tiny" is alumna of South Junior 
High . . . this perky miss loves food — any kind. Good luck in 
the business world, Marilyn! 

EDWARD DeVINCENT College 

83 Lawrence Street 

This blue-eyed, brown-haired senior eyes college with interest. 
Ed's pals, Joe, Tom, and Cliff, often hear him say, "I'll sin^ 'til 
the cows come home!" What he really means is 'til the steak 
is on the table. Swimming is his favorite pastime. Good luck. Ed! 



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ARTHUR DiGREGORIO Business 

168 Lexington Street 

"Pudgy" enjoys gym and lunch with Mucca, Tudja, Red, Bob, 
Buzz, Cosmo, and Steve. Democracy is his favorite class here 
at W.H.S. Good luck, Arthur. 

MARIE DiMUZIO Business 

15 Centre Street 

"Rie" may be found almost any time roller skating or eating 
pizza . . . often heard saying "Honestly!" to Marilyn, Angie, 
Pat, Dottie, Jean, and Dorothie . . . this peppy lass especially 
dislikes fourth lunch. 

Activities: Glee Club 2. 




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LESLEY DODGE College 

40 Brightwood Street 

People who are never on time annoy green-eyed Les . . . 
hamburgers and the state of Maine walk away with honors, as 
do Carole, Sandi, and Bev. After graduation she hopes to make 
Stanford University her alma mater. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Library Council 2, 3, 4; 
210 Staff 3, 4. 






JOHN DOHERR Business 

25 Rockridge Road 

Called "Shorty" by his friends, Joe and Lincoln, red-headed 
John, a transfer from California, hopes to attend prep school 
and then college on the West Coast . . . dislikes tinkering with 
anything mechanical . . . answers many questions with "Why 
not?" 

Activities : Riflery Club 2. 




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EDWARD DOUCETTE Vocational 

124 Brown Street 

"Deuce" with the brown hair and blue eyes, can be found with 
Charlie, Phil, and Mike . . . likes science, steak, turkey, and 
cars any time . . . school life will continue in the Air Force 
after graduation from W.H.S. 

PATRICIA DOYLE Business 

125 Hammond Street 

"Oh, Crimminy!" says Pat, when she learns that there's a new 
dance step she hasn't learned . . . loves egg salad sandwiches 
and the thought of getting married after working in an office 
for a while . . . friends include Angie, Ginny, Sandy, Joan, 
Beth, and Rie. 

Activities: Glee Club 2; 210 Staff 4. 

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DENIS DUBE Vocational 

20 Royal Street 

This lad in the printing department comes to W.H.S. from 
North Junior. His favorite pastime is participating in sports 
with Bill, Hank, Jim, Tony, Bob and Cliff. He'll have an 
impressive future. 

Activities: Prom Committee 3; Exchange Student Program 3. 

PATRICIA DUMAIS Business 

2 Gibbs Court 

"Trish," as she is called by Marilyn, Lois, Sandy, and Barbara, 
enjoys listening to the radio . . . secretarial school seen in a 
bright and successful future. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative 2; Clinic Staff 3, 4; Mirror Clerical 
Staff 4. 






PAUL DUPREZ General 

43 Rich Street 

School lunches rate highest with brown-eyed "Puffy" . . . most 
often found with Paul and Dick or on a pair of water skis . . . 
hopes to make interior decorating his career. 



CAROLYN DUPIUS Business 

48 Cutter Street 

Talking on the phone and eating either spaghetti or strawberry 
shortcake are among "Pinky V favorite pastimes . . . best friends 
include Carol, Laura, Gerry, Lorna, Audrey, and Thelma. Soon 
Carolyn will enter the medical world as either a nurse or a 
medical secretary. 

Activities : Business Staff 3, 4; Usher at Open House 4. 




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RICHARD EDRY 

171 Smith Street 

Tall "Dick" abhors the abundance of short girls at W.H.S. . . . 
usually found "loafing" with the kids, Russ, Bruce, Larry and 
Don . . . future is hazy, but college is on his agenda. 

Activities: Ski Club 2; Math Club 4. 

JOHN EGLITIS Technical 

139 Robbins Street 

Popular John leaves W.H.S. with many happy memories . . . 
partners in crime are Cliff, Bob, and Walter . . . future plans 
include college. Good luck, John! 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Math Club 4; Ski Club 4. 

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CLIFFORD ERICKSON Technical 

58 Carleton Road 

One of our football players . . . keeps on the ball with Dave, 
Joe, and Roy . . . Swedish meatballs rate a touchdown with 
"Eric" . . . will tackle a career in engineering . . . success 
is playing on his team. 

Activities : Football 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Math Club 4; Graduation Usher 
3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 4; 
Cafeteria Squad 4. 

PAUL ERWIN College 

31 Bowker Road 

Popular Paul, former North Juniorite, goes for roast beef and 
spaghetti in a big way. This brown-eyed ice skater, whose 
partners in crime are Buzz, Jim, and Lopa, is counting on college 
after graduation. Best of luck, Paul! 



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ELLEN ESTABROOK College 

12 Beech Street 

Ellen enjoys music and singing with the Choralettes. Roast 



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beef ranks high with her 
Kathy. This former South 
in the fall. 

Activities : Latin Club 2; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Usher at Graduation 3; 



Student Council Representative 2; 
Choralettes 2, 3, 4. 



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EDWARD FARRELL Vocational 

147 Chaffee Avenue 

Blue-eyed Eddie will be sailing for Uncle Sam as a machinist. 
Ravioli and turkey would be fine for his rations. You can see 
him working on cars with Bob, Dick, Rich, and Leone. Happy 
sailing, Eddie! 




MARILYN FASULO Business 

113 Lakeview Avenue 

"Such is life!" exclaims Marilyn, peeved by sessions for gum- 
chewing . . . may be seen with Trisha, Marie, or Joanne . . . 
plans to attend hairdressing school after graduation from 
W.H.S. 

JOYCE FAULKNER Business 

11 Samoset Lane 

Pretty, blue-eyed Joyce loves eating pizza, especially with Marilyn, 
Grace, Gail, and Sandy. Best of luck in the future, Joyce! 

Activities: Archery 2, 3; Bowling 2; Glee Club 2; Operetta 2. 



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PATRICIA FERRITER Business 

1300 Trapelo Road 

"Patti" gives all Italian foods a top rating in her book . . . 
Thelma, Pat, Jean, Audrey, Betty, Carole, Barbara, and Sandy 
are her partners in crime. "Well, I'll be!" says petite, brown- 
eyed Patti. As a member of the stenographic course, Patti eyes 
Katharine Gibbs School with particular favoritism; to be a good 
secretary is her goal. 

JOSEPH FERRO Business 

56 Calvary Street 

Spaghetti rings this brown-eyed lad's bell. An alumnus of South 
Junior, "Red" dislikes cars faster than his . . . usually seen 
with pals, John and Lincoln . . . two summer resorts top his 
ladder of favorites. Good luck, Joe! 

Activities : Riflery 2. 






PAULETTE FIENMAN College 

1272 Trapelo Road 

"Deny everything!" shouts Polly . . . enjoys being with Elaine, 
Sandy, and Pam . . . dislikes people who nag . . . future plans 
include business school. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Open House Usher 2; Newspaper Staff 2; A.F.S. 
3. 4; Junior Prom 3; Class Vice President 3; Mirror Representative 4; 
Mirror Business Staff 4. 



ELLEN FITZPATRICK College 

54 Mayall Road 

"Fitzy" came to W.H.S. from St. Mary's High . . . likes roast 
beef and fried clams but stays away from conceited boys . . . 
can usually be seen with Cynthia and Carol. The future holds 
a teaching career for this pert lass. 

Activities: Bowling 4; Dramatics Club 4. 





JUDITH FLANIGAN College 

142 Chaffee Avenue 

Artistic "Judi" loves to draw and eat spaghetti . . . often found 
styling the hair of pals, Marg, Jean, Grace, and Denise . . . 
hopes to do something with her artistic talent in the future 
. . . sure to succeed! 

Activities: Art Club 4; Newspaper Staff 2. 

EDWARD FLYNN College 

143 Willow Street 

Chicken and drive-in movies rate high with "Teddy" . . . con- 
stant companions include Peter, Fred, Norm, Tom, and Moose 
. . . future includes college. 

Activities: Christmas Show 3, 4; Math Club 4. 

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KATHLEEN FLYNN General 

121 Shore Road 

"Good mornin', Bright Eyes!" says cheerful Kate, who's not 
so cheerful when rushed through W.H.S. lunches . . . would 
rather be eating fried clams or taking part in discussion of future 
plans. 

Activities: Usher at Open House 2; Red Cross Representative 2; Clinic 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 2; Talent Show 2. 

FRED FOWLER Vocational 

41 Livingstone Lane 

This tall, blonde, blue-eyed lad likes to spend his time fishing, 
hunting, eating cheeseburgers, and taking courses in mechanical 
drawing . . . best friends are Doug, Steve, Bill and Roger. 
Fred plans to serve in Uncle Sam's Navy for a while before 
taking up professional carpentry. 

Activities : Safety Council 2, 3. 



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CAROLE FRAZIER 
18 Highland Street 

Hazel-eyed Carole came to W.H.S. by way of South Junior 
High . . . can usually be seen with Jean, Sally, Martha and 
Milly . . . enjoys eating fried clams and French fries any time. 

Activities : Girls' Sports 2; Usher at Open House 2, 3; Red Cross Represen- 
tative 3; Bloodmobile 1; Business Staff 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. 





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71 Virginia Road 



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Popular John can be seen almost any time with Al, Carl, Art, 
and George. Sports, ice cream, and steak top his list of 
favorites . . . future plans for success include law school. 

Activities : Football 3, 4; Hockey 4; Baseball 3; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4. 







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RONALD FRIZZELL . College 

153 Villa Street 

Versatile "Ronny," is usually seen with Bob, Rick, and Ted . . . 
enjoys working with electronics and eating strawberry shortcake. 
After graduation from W.H.S., his main goal will be to receive 
a college education. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Usher at Open House 3; Math Club 4. 

FRED FUCCI General 

143 Calvary Street 

Fun-loving Fred is always eating . . . partners in crime are 
Peter and Larry. After serving Uncle Sam, he hopes to become 
a successful businessman. If you see a bulging briefcase with 
"F. F.," it will be his. 

Activities: Football 2. 

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KENNETH GAGE Technical 

510 Waverly Oaks Road 

Versatile Ken is most often seen with pals, Joe and Ron . . . 
especially fond of fried chicken. Although his college plans are 
uncertain, Ken hopes to pursue a career in science or math 
. . . x-hy= success for this W.H.S.'er. 

Activities : German Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 3, 4; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3. 

JOSEPH GARRAHAN Technical 

18 Brookfield Road 

Busy Joe, who loves the Language Lab, also loves food — any 
kind . . . this blue-eyed lad's pet peeve is Mr. Garrahan's (his 
father's) English students. Looking ahead, Joe sees the Air 
Force Academy and a career in the service. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Lighting Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Open House Usher 2; Red Cross Representative 3; Class Day 
Usher 3; Christmas Show 2, 3; Football Usher 4; Audio-Visual Staff 4; 
Science Seminar 3, 4; Electrical Staff 2, 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant 4. 











WILLARD GATES Vocational 
367 Crescent Street 

Jovial "Bill" likes physics best at W.H.S. . . . riding with 
Kathy, Warren and Ed is his favorite pastime . . . name 

almost any food, and it's Billy's favorite . . . hopes to become 
a state policeman. 

Activities : Mirror Committee 4; Student Government Exchange Team 3. 



SALLY GAUTHIER Business 

104A Taylor Street 

Sal can always be found with Toni, Lynn, Pat, and Carol . . . 
enjoys bowling, basketball, and archery . . . plans to become 
a good stenographer. 

Activities: Operetta 2; Basketball 2; Bowling 2, 3; Archery 2. 





GRACE GIARDINA College 

9 Gardner Street 

Popular Grace is often overheard exclaiming, "What's this 
madness?" while chatting on the telephone . . . numbered 
among her friends are Denise, Judi, Jean, Frannie, Donna, and 
Marcia. 

Activities : Bowling 2; Pep Club 4; 210 Staff 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Mirror Representative 3. 

COSMO GILBERTI Business 

73 Wetherbee Road 

Cosmo is another "Mr. Lucky" when it comes to recreating, 
especially with Ricka, Pudgy and Joe. A stint with Uncle Sam is 
next on his agenda . . . then a business in Boston. 

Activities: Student Council Representative 2; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 2. 

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MARCIA GILLI College 

141 Dale Street 

This pretty and popular cheerleader is headed for the University 
of Mass. next fall. Among her many friends are Nan, Elaine, 
Jean, Bari, and Judy. 

Activities : German Club 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics Club Play 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Cheering 4; Usher at Open 
House 2; Maroon Squad 4; Christmas Show 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Newspaper 
Staff 2; Mirror Business Staff 2; Senior Play 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 

ROBERT GILLIGAN Business 

3B Dermody Road 

"Gill" is really "up in the air" when he spies submarine sand- 
wiches . . . his high-flying friends include Janice, Red, Frank, 
Ken, and Bob. It's the Air Force and then a streamlined future 
for this brown-eyed lad. "I doubt it, pal!" says Gill to those 
who are "out of it" . . . fixing his car takes up much of his 
spare time. Best of luck in the future, Bob! 

Activities: Football 3; Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Monitor 2, 3, 4. 




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PAUL GINSBURG 

42 Boynton Street 

Brown-eyed Paul is college bound 
around with Eddie and John . . 
promising future. 

Activities: Red Cross Representative 3; Talent Show Committee 4; Newspaper 
staff 3; Class Treasurer 2; Mirror Representative 2; Mirror Business Staff 4. 



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WALTER GLEASON Technical 

91 Lake Street 

This husky varsity guard can most often be found riding his 
motor scooter or eating steak. He hopes to make M.I.T. his 
alma mater. Best wishes, Walter! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; Math 
Club 4. 




WILLIAM GLOVASKY Vocational 

81 Exchange Street 

Popular "Bill" may be seen with Joe or Roger . . . enjoys 
shop theory and steak dinners . . . dislikes getting a "started" 
job to finish . . . cheerfully says, "There's always another day!" 
. . . will serve with Uncle Sam's Army. 

SANDRA GOGUEN Business 

6 Sun Street 

Cheerful "Sandy" may be found listening to records with 
Angie, Ginny, Beth, and Pat . . . dislikes people who are late 
. . . loves spaghetti and fried clams . . . can usually be heard 
saying, "I'll say!" This blonde senior hopes to do office work 
after graduation. 

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DOUGLAS GOODWIN Vocational 

39 Green Street 

"Nuts!" bellows blue-eyed Douglas at the mere mention of work. 
A transfer from Stevens High School in New Hampshire, 
popular Doug likes gym and eating fried clams and French 
fries . . . partners in crime are Warren and Freddy . . . bright 
future seen with Uncle Sam's Navy. 

PRISCILLA GOOLKASIAN College 

12 Charlotte Road 

Armed with her trusty violin, Priscilla came to W.H.S. following 
a three-year engagement at N.J.H. "Having fun" with Martha, 
Polly, and Marcia strikes a major chord with Pris, who hopes to 
major in music at college. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Christmas Show 2, 3; Usher at Open House 4; A.F.S. 
Exchange Committee 3. 










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WILLIAM GOULD College 

150 High Street 

Good-natured Bill enjoys reading hot-rod magazines in his spare 
time . . . friends include Russell, Jim, and Allen . . . hopes 
to attend college after graduation. Good luck in the future, Bill! 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Math Club 4. 



BETTY GOUTHRO Business 

10 Vernon St. 

Conceited boys are taboo with brown-eyed Betty . . . likes 
eating pizza with her friends, Audrey, Lorraine, Jackie, and Dan 
. . . plans future as a secretary. Best of luck, Betty! 




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ALFIO GRACEFFA 

18 Sunset Road 

Popular Al, whose alias is "Grass," previously attended N.J.H. 
His favorite pastime is spending money with his friends, Allie, 
Pokey, John, and Ken. Good luck to a terrific W.H.S.'er! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Ski Club 4; 
Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 3, 4; Golf 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Marshal at Class Day and Graduation 3; Cafe Squad 2; Red Cross 
Representative 2, 3; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Maroon Squad 4; 
Christmas Show 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Audio-Visual Staff 2; Newspaper Staff 
2; Junior Class President 3; Student Council President 4; Mirror Staff 
2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 

STEPHEN GRACEFFA Business 

17 Eddy Street 

"Like wow!" says "Grass" when near homemade ravioli . . . 
shudders at the thought of homework . . . seen most of the time 
with Ken, Joe, Tudger and Red . . . plans to be a barber after 
graduation. Happy cutting, Steve! 

Activities: Basketball 3; Riflcry 3; Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2; Mirror Business Staff 3; Audio Visual 2, 3. 

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WALTER GRASSER 
23 Benefit St. 

Quiet "Wally" enjoys physics and German at W.H.S. When not 
listening to tape recordings with Art, Walter, Lenny or Alvin, 
he can be found eating his favorite food, turkey and all the 
fixings . . . future plans include the profession of dentistry. 
Good drilling! 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Electrical Staff 3, 4. 

ELDEN GRAY Business 

111 Barbara Road 

"Man, what a blast!" exclaims popular "Buzz" . . . partners 
in laughter are Paul, Jim, Barry, and Lopa. The future will see 
him in Navy blues. Smooth sailing, Buzz! 



EVELYN GROCHMAL General 

263 Prospect Hill Road 

Evie's future plans feature nursing. Pizza and coke head her list 
of prescribed foods . . . makes the rounds of W.H.S. with Claire 
and Joan . . . Best wishes to a future Florence Nightingale! 





RUSSELL GULLOTTI College 

96 Smith Street 

Italian food, especially pizza, is popular "Hoodsie's" favorite 
dish. This likeable lad enjoys riding with Ed, Bill, and Bruce 
. . . hopes to attend college after graduation. 

Activities: Cafeteria Squad 2; Red Cross Representative 2; Sophomore Dance 
Committee 2. 




LOUISE GUSTAFSON Business 

11 Milton Street 

Lu spends her time reading . . . after graduation plans to do 
x-ray work . . . followers are Maureen, Joyce, and Lynne. Best 
wishes for the future! 

Activities: Operetta 2. 

VELMA HANNA College 

147 Hardy Pond Road 

Pretty "Vel" dislikes those who hurry through corridors at 
W.H.S. . . . enjoys working . . . friends include Pauline, Joan, 
and Paulette . . . soon will attend New England Baptist Nurs- 
ing School. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2; Volleyball 2; Football Usherette 3. 

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LYNNE HARON Business 

94 Ravenswood Road 

If Lynne isn't eating a pizza or fried clams, she is probably at the 
bowling alleys with Pat, Sally, Carole, Louise, and Audrey . . . 
plans to attend New England School of Art. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Usher at Open House 4. 

BARBARA HART Business 

11 Falmouth Road 

Pretty, brown-eyed Barbara is planning to become a secretary 
. . . friends are Linda, Judy, Terry, and Charlene. Good 
luck in the future, Barbara ! 

Activities : Talent Show 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Business Staff 3, 4; Dance Com- 
mittee 2; Hockey Cheerleader 4; Clerical Staff 4. 







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AUDREY HAYES Business 

461 Main Street 

This petite miss with the hazel eyes and brown hair enjoys talk- 
ing to the girls . . . sharing in her conversations are Betty, Janet, 
and Charlie. French fries make this senior's lips smack with 
delight . . . favorite question is "What did you say?" Her ambi- 
tion is to be a secretary, and we're sure she'll make a good one. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Attendance Collector 4. 



DAVID HAYES College 

77 Central Street 

Tall, dark, and handsome — that's "Hazie," a transfer from St. 
Mary's High . . . "Holy mackerel!" heard at mention of rattling 
cars, but steak makes his brown eyes shine . . . spare time is 
spent playing baseball and basketball with Fred, Mac, Phil, 
Neil, Eddie, Bruce, or Danny . . . forecast for bright future 
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JOANNE HAYES 

157 Grove Street 

"Haysie" may be seen with Franny, Paula, Penny, or Charlene 
almost any time . . . says, "O.K., fine!" to fried chicken . . . 
dislikes rumor spreaders . . . sure to succeed as an elementary' 
school teacher. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3; Ski Club 4; Christmas Show 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Cheering 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Decorating Committee 2; Senior 
Play Committee 4. 



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MARY GENESTA HAYES 
308 Lake Street 

"How about that!" is "Net's" favorite expression. Her spare time 
finds her roller-skating with Joan, Phyllis, Donna. Dee Dee, 
and Carol. Good luck in the future. Net! 
Activities: Business Staff 3, I; Girls' Sports .'!. 





ROGER HEBERT Vocational 

11 Willow Street 

Whenever you hear "Hello, Charlie" you can be sure that 
'"Buzz" is near. This St. Mary's transfer especially likes his math 
class at W.H.S. A date with Uncle Sam is in his future. 

PAULA HERTER College 

9 Barton Street 

Peppy, petite Paula enjoys a chow mein feed with Frannie, 
Joanne, Betsy, and Denise, but dislikes Saturday night basket- 
ball games. After graduation, "Chocolate" plans to take a 
commercial art course at Endicott Junior College. 

Activities : Maroon Squad 4; Pep Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; 
Usher at Open House 2; Student Council Representative 2; Glee Club 2; 
Newspaper Staff 2; Mirror Homeroom Representative 2. 




RICHARD HOFFMAN Vocational 

136 Temple Road 

Tall "Hoff" is often heard shouting, "Hey, there!" . . . very 
fond of food, especially spaghetti . . . enjoys math most at 
W.H.S. . . . can be found playing hockey or skin diving when 
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CAROL HORNE 

9 Walnut Street 

Popular Carol enjoys watching television or telephoning Gerry, 
Paula, Carolyn, and Janet in her spare time. Chicken, pizza, and 
chop suey are tops on her list of favorites . . . hopes to work 
with retarded children in the future. 

Activities : Student Council Representative 3; Glee Club 2; Business Staff 3. 







DONNA HOYT Business 

165 Temple Road 

Popular Donna is the leader of our drum majorettes . . . those 
pretty brown eyes are a familiar sight to her friends, Sandy, 
Terry, Barb, and Frannie. 

Activities: Glee Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Drum Majorette 2, 3, Leader of Drum 
Majorettes 4; Clerical Staff of Mirror 4; Business Staff 4; Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 3; Senior Play 4; Operetta 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4. 

JAMES HUBER Vocational 

16 Plant Street 

"Let's bug this place!" bellows popular "Hub" when there are 
signs of work around . . . math classes and turkey along with 
Robert and Paul top this likeable lad's list of favorites . . . 
bound for Elyria College in Ohio. Best of luck, Jim! 

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THERESA IANNUZZO Business 

376 Newton Street 

"Terri" wishes to attend I.B.M. school in the future . . . enjoys 
cheering for the hockey team with Barb, Charlene, Judy, Linda, 
and Donna. Best of luck in the future, Terri! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Cheering 3, 4; Pep 
Club 4; Usher at Open House 4; Red Cross Representative 2, 3; Student 
Council Representative 2; Class Play Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Glee 
Club 2; Bloodmobile 4; Business Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Clerical Staff of Mirror 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2. 

LINDA ILLSLEY College 

89 Galen Street 

People who aren't on time just don't rate with "Blondie," who 
can be found eating "fabulous" fried chicken with Bea, Marie, 
and Agnes . . . hopes to teach elementary school after gradua- 
tion. Best of luck, Linda! 

Activities : Bowling 3; Usher at Open House 3; Football Usher 3; Mirror 
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MARY IPPOLITO College 

47 Charlotte Road 

Mary thinks that chocolate frappes are just "fabulous" but 
doesn't think so favorably of getting up early Monday mornings 
. . . talking on the phone, usually to Paulette, Cynthia, and Ellen, 
is her favorite pastime. After graduation Mary plans to go to 
Lasell Junior College to take an executive secretarial course. 
Best of luck, Mary! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2; Open House Usher 2, 4; 
Homeroom Representative 4. 



ROBERT ISAACSON Technical 

134 Stow Street 

Tall, good-looking "Bob" comes from N.J.H. . . . going out with 
Fred, Ted, Dick, Bob, Mike, Ron, and Jim is his favorite 
pastime . . . steak and fried clams are high on his list, but 
homework on weekends is low . . . future plans include an 
engineering course at Northeastern U. 

Activities: Riflery 2, 3; Crimson Key 4; Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Sophomore 
Dance Committee 2. 





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KENNETH JOHNSON 
19 Pearl Street 

Tall, blond Kenny often exclaims, "I give up!" . . 
eating steak best . . . cohorts include Rick and Bob 
indications total a career as an accountant. 

Activities: Cafeteria Squad 3; Monitor 4; Hockey 4. 

PATRICIA JOHNSTON Business 

34-B Hansen Road 

French fries are filed under "favorites" by this future secretary. 
Pat keeps her records with Lynne, Audrey, Sally, and Louise . . . 
makes a memo to dislike people who push in crowds. 

Activities: Pep Squad 3, 4; Open House Usher 4; Business Staff 4. 



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JAMES JUDD Technical 

62 Bedford Street 

"Be serious," says money-loving "Jimmie," who is always 
broke. This brown-eyed lad loves eating southern fried chicken 
and bowling with Bob, Fred, and Dick. Hopes to enter field 
of engineering soon. Good luck, Jim! 

Activities : German Club 2, 3; Math Club 4. 

DAVID KANN 

81 Bennett Street 

Pizza and sub sandwiches are two of Dave's favorite foods . 
favorite pastimes include driving and reading . . . hopes 
enter the U.S. Air Force. 

Activities : German Club 2. 



EDWARD KAPLAN College 

42 Caughey Street 

The day just isn't long enough for energetic Eddie, who enjoys 
driving and working . . . often heard saying "Okay, fine!!" . . . 
plans to attend University of Massachusetts after graduation 
from W.H.S. 

Activities : Debating Club 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club Play 
3, 4; Talent Show Business Manager 4; Usher at Open House 3; Student 
Council Representative 3; Christmas Show — Glee Club 4; Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 3; Mirror Business Staff 4; Homeroom Representative 3; Senior 
Play 4; Senior Prom Committee 4. 





WALTER H. KELLEY Vocational 

23 Castle Street 

Active "Butch" favors math and pizza . . . enjoys bowling and 
playing baseball and hockey with friends, Bugs and Maron . . . 
spare time spent painting and dancing. This future draftsman 
holds the plans to success. 

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MARY GLADYS KENNEY 

260 Warren Street 

Gladys, with her bright eyes and light brown hair, plans to 
attend Chandler School for Women and become an executive 
secretary . . . seen most often with Joanne, Jean, and Joan. 
Good luck in the future, Gladys! 

Activities : German Club 2; Debating Club 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Dramatics 
Club Play 2, 3; Talent Show 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Christmas Show 3; Senior 
Play 4. 

VIRGINIA KEOUGH General 

24 — 7 Garden Circle 

"Ginny," as she is known to Beatrice, Lorna, Dot, and Nancy, 
plans among many other things to become a nurse's aid. Lots 
of luck, Ginny! 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2; Glee Club 2; Cafeteria Squad 4; Decoration 
Committee 2. 

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THOMAS KINRAIDE Technical 

113 Virginia Road 

In his spare time Tommy enjoys shooting and debating . . . 
with whom? His friends, Phil, Tom, and Walter. College and 
a career in engineering will fulfill his ambitions. His advice 
to the world is, "Don't knock it 'til you've tried it!" Submarine 
sandwiches make his day complete. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Rifle Team 
2, 3, 4; Math Club 4. 

PAULET KIRLEY College 

26 Riverside Drive 

Pretty Paulet loves dancing and skating. A transfer from St. 
Mary's, she's usually seen with partners in fun, Marie, Sandra, 
and Jean . . . will climb educational ladder at Boston College 
School of Education. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4; Basketball 3, 4; Bowling 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3; 
Senior Play 4; Cafeteria Squad 3, 4; Mirror Business Staff 3, 4; Christmas 
Show 4; Debating Club 4. 




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WALTER KIRLEY College 

26 Riverside Drive 

"Tom" enjoys working on his stereo equipment with Billy, Phil, 
and Paul . . . hopes to attend Wentworth Institute or North- 
eastern U. after graduation from W.H.S. 

Activities: Math Club 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Electrical Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Representative 2; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Open House Usher 2; Red 
Cross Representative 2. 



JEAN KLIMOSKI College 

11 Trinity Circle 

This blue-eyed blonde senior is hardly ever seen without Mar- 
garet, Nancy, Judy, or Marcia . . . likes lobster and sleeping 
. . . dislikes serious people . . . hopes to attend college after 
graduation. Good luck, Jean! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 4; Talent Show 4; Pep Club 4; 
Red Cross Representative 2; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Christmas Show 4; 

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ROGER LABOSSIERE Vocational 

696 Lexington Street 

Brown-eyed Roger enjoys fishing and hunting with fellow out- 
doors-men, Paul, Dave, Larry, Don, and Ronnie. Roger, who 
plans to follow the carpentry trade after graduation, lists 
mechanical drawing as his favorite W.H.S. course. 

JOSEPH LaCAVA Technical 

12 Auburn Street 

One of our husky football heroes, "Cava" can often be found 
discussing some tricky strategy or complaining about "piles of 
homework" with Roy and Cliff. Joe hopes to carry his trusty 
slide rule with him to a school of engineering. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4. 

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FRED LaCHAPELLE College 

19 Craven Circle 

Athletic "La," as he is known to his friends, Danny, Jimmy, 
and Dave, enjoys sports at W.H.S. best . . . frowns on cranky 
people . . . often heard saying "Hi, doll!" . . . future aims are 
college and the Air Force. 

Activities: Basketball 2; Baseball 4. 

EDWIN LAETZ Vocational 

69 Rich Street 

Likeable "Buster," as his friends know him, likes swimming, 
boating, and drawing . . . can often be seen eating spaghetti 
and drinking coffee . . . intends to enter the Air Force after 
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PAULA LaMONT 

138 Woerd Avenue 

This perky miss dislikes "snobs" . . . answers "Oh, yeah?" to 
almost any question ... in her spare time can be found ice- 
skating or munching on pizza at the local pizza shack . . . hopes 
to become a secretary . . . friends include Sandy, Janet, and 
Barb. 

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HELEN LARKS 
1 Fountain Street 

Blue-eyed Helen, who previously attended South Junior High, 
enjoys bowling with her friends, Carol, Betsy, Paula, Angie, and 
Sally. Though her future contains no definite plans as yet, it's 
sure to be sunny! 

Activities: Glee Club 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Christmas Show 2; Business 
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RONALD LAZARO Business 

71 Villa Street 

Steak is tops on Ron's menu . . . seldom found without Jerry, 
Butch, Elf, and Buzz . . . crowded cafes peeve this likeable lad 
. . . hopes to go to business college and see Uncle Sam after 
high school. 

Activities : Football 4. 

JEANNETTE LeBLANC General 

11 Clark Street 

"Jay," usually seen with Jackie, Judy, and Pat, enjoys listening 
to records and eating spaghetti and meatballs. "Snobbish" 
people are her pet peeve. Jeannette is uncertain about her plans 
for the future, but we wish her the best of luck in everything. 

Activities : Cafeteria Squad 4. 

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DOROTHY Le BRUN Business 

86 Chester Lane 

Dee Dee likes roller skating with Bobbye, Linda, Carol, Net, 
Donna, Sandra, Pat, and Maggie. She wants to "teach roller 
skating out West, where the wheels are big!" 

Activities : Cafeteria Squad 2; Red Cross Representative 2; Business Staff 3, 4. 

RUSSELL LeCLAIR College 

81a Alder Street 

Musically-inclined "Russ" hails from Woonsocket High School 
. . . favorite pastime is playing with his band . . . tunes up with 
Bill, Dick, and Alan ... a military career strikes a pleasant 
tone in the future. 

Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4. 






LINDA LEONARD General 

118 Greenwood Avenue 

"Little one" plans to be a fashion designer. Lobster and cheese- 
burgers will always be in style for Linda . . . discusses the 
latest modes with Dee Dee, Bobby, and Carol. She'll have a 
big future. 

Activities: Dramatics Club Play 4; Talent Show 4; Pep Squad 4; Open House 
Usher 2, 3; Red Cross Representative 2, 3; Mirror Staff 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3. 



JOAN LEONE College 

86 Adams Street 

Popular "Joanie" goes for Italian food and drawing. Tests on 
Monday bother this pert lass, who roams the halls of W.H.S. 
with Carrie, Speedy, Gladys, Dottie, Karen, and Gail. A nursing 
career in store for Joan. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2; Art Club 4; Open House Usher 
3; Talent Show 4; Mirror Art Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. 





JOSEPH LERRO College 

35 Aberdeen Avenue 

Football and basketball are two of Joe's favorite sports . . . 
most often seen with Becky, Tom, Russ, and Fred . . . engineer- 
ing career is included in Joe's future. 

ALVIN LINNELL College 

71 Indian Road 

"How about that!" exclaims "Billy." Look for him lounging in 
the language lab . . . sure to trade his tapes for a plate of 
steak . . . plans to attend college or join the Navy. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Language Lab Assistant 4. 




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DIANE LIVELY General 

68 Arcadia Avenue 

Diane can usually be found playing badminton or listening to 
some of her favoiite records . . . usually seen with Charlotte, 
Greta, Rossy, MaryAnn, or Snappy . . . will be working after 
graduation from W.H.S. 

EDITH LOESER College 

323 Florence Road 

Pretty and petite, Edith likes everyone and everything at 
W.H.S. . . . skiing and climbing "rate" with this blue-eyed miss, 
who's usually seen with Maryanne. A teaching career tops her 
"mountain" of success. 

Activities : German Club 2; Latin Club 2; Mirror Art Staff 3, 4, Art Editor 
4; Math Club 4; Bloodmobile 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



JOSEPH LOPEZ General 

230 River Street 

When you hear "Baby, you're the ginchiest!", you know "Lopa" 
is somewhere close by ... he may be indulging in his favorite 
pastime, eating spaghetti or pizza, or he may be with his friends, 
Fred, Dodo, or Ed. No matter where you find him, you'll discover 
that his pet peeve is English compositions . . . future plans 
include studying liberal arts. 

Activities: Football 3. 





FREDERICK LORD College 

12 Rockridge Road 

Turkey loving "Rick" enjoys parties — any time, any place . . . 
travels halls of W.H.S. with Billy, Ted, Ron, Ed, Phil, George, 
Paul, and Fred . . . sunny future predicted for this likeable lad. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Basketball 4; Baseball 4. 




PATRICIA LOWD General 

15 Sharon Street 

In her spare time Pat can usually be found eating pizza with 
Cookie, Barbara, Helene, Marlene or Nancy . . . will attend 
I.B.M. school in the future. Good luck, Pat. 

KAREN LOWNEY College 

15 Edwin Road 

This blue-eyed senior may be seen with Joanie or Carrie-Lou 
. . . hopes to attend Mass. General Hospital School of Nursing 
. . . prescribes reading to those who seek enjoyment . . . her 
future is just what the doctor ordered. 



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RICHARD LUSSIER Vocational 

156 Adams Street 

Dick, a member of the auto mechanics course, particularly likes 
to eat fried clams in his "hot rod." Keep on the ball-bearings, 
Dick! 

MERRILY LYDON College 

113 Colonial Avenue 

Blue-eyed Merrily thinks tests on Mondays are "terrible, ter- 
rible!" . . . shares subs and pizzas with Bari, Char], Penny, and 
other members of the S.S.S. . . . plans to become a medical 
secretary. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 2, 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Usher at Open House 2; Red Cross Represen- 
tative 2, 3; Christmas Show 3; 210 Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3; Mirror 
Business Staff 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; March of Dimes Committee 3, 4. 




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ROBERT MABIE Technical 

51 Sanders Lane 

Active Bob enjoys the Ski Club at W.H.S. . . . cohorts in crime 
include Terry, Vaino, Ben, and Todd . . . hopes to attend 
college and study engineering. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Debating Club 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 2, President 4; Golf 3, 4; Riflery Club 2, 3; Christmas Show 4; 
Math Club 4; Glee Club 4; Crimson Key 4; Newspaper Staff Sports Editor 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



LAURA MACCIO College 

21 Hill Road 

"Goody!" says Laura as she finds someone else who likes to 
study. When not busy knitting or drawing, she can usually 
be found shooting or sewing. Steak and French fries are tops 
with Laura as are her friends, Phyllis, Betty, and Sherry. 

Activities: Archery 3; Talent Show 4; Usher at Open House 4; Red Cross 
Representative 2; Christmas Show 4; Glee Club 2; Art Club 4; Business 
Staff 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 2. 





JAMES MacDONALD College 

109 Prospect Hill Road 

Popular "Mac," a transfer from St. Mary's High School, enjoys 
skiing with his friends, Bernny, Bob, Gerry, Bill, Dave, and 
Butch . . . will find success as a future owner of a construction 
business. 

Activities: Ski Club 4; Football 4; Hockey 4; Baseball 4; Talent Show 4; 
Cafeteria Squad 4; Christmas Show 4. 

PAUL MacDONALD 

37 Charlotte Road 

Popular Paul spends his spare time supporting his hot rod. On 
any hot summer day he can be found cruising around Lake 

called "Mac," by his W.H.S. cohorts, 



hot summer 
Cochituit on his boat 



Jim, Jerry, Donny, Bill, and Charlie 
Annapolis. 

Activities : German Club 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Football 1. 

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RICHARD MacDONALD Business 

40 Prospect Street 

"I'll bet you five bucks," says "Mac," who dislikes soggy ice 
cream sandwiches, but really loves steak and ketchup . . . 
partners in crime include John, Joe, Ron, and Willy . . . future 
predictions: a branch of the service for this red-headed lad. 

PAULETTE MacIVOR College 

142 Bright Street 

"Jus" enjoys bowling, working, or eating fried chicken and 
Chinese food. Bad weather is her greatest peeve . . . friends 
include Cynthia, Ellen, Mary, and Joan. After graduation 
Paulette plans to become a nurse. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Open House Usher 2. 



MARGARET MacNEIL College 

62 Beal Road 

Fun-loving Margaret . . . usually found swimming with Nancy, 
Marcia, Jean, and Judy . . . happiest when eating a sub sand- 
wich . . . plans to head a kindergarten classroom after gradua- 
tion from W.H.S. Good luck, Margaret! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Dramatics Club Play 3, 4; Talent Show 
3, 4; Open House Usher 3; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Maroon 
Squad 4; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Christmas Show 4; 
Bloodmobile 4; Math Club 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Mirror Representative 4; A.F.S. Committee 3. 






JOHN MacNEILL Business 

159 School Street 

"Mac," as he is called by Dick, Rich, Willy, Paul, Buzz, Pudgy, 
and Red, can usually be found bowling, skating, or eating 
spaghetti . . . pet peeve at W.H.S. is homework . . . plans 
include a Navy career. Best of luck, Mac! 




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CHARLES MAGARIAN 
8 Mt. Pleasant Street 

Friendly Charles came to W.H.S. from Alexandria, Egypt. Spring 
chicken is at the top of his pyramid. Look for this tall, athletic 
fellow roaming with Paul and Bob . . . plans to travel on to 
Wentworth Institute. 

Activities : Christmas Show 4; Cafeteria Squad 4. 

JAMES MAHER Business 

85 Jenning Road 

"The early bird catches the work," is Jim's cheerful philosophy. 
This happy lad loves "catching" steak and baked potatoes with 
Jane, Jean, Dicky, Dennis, and Doc . . . hopes to make Bently 
School of Accounting his alma mater. 

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ARTHUR MAIN College 

70 Church Street 

"You talking to me?" asks Art, who is nicknamed "Ear" . . . 
plays right halfback on the football team . . . loves sleeping and 
eating anytime . . . plans to attend college in California . . . 
friends are John, Carl, Jim, and Allie. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Golf 4; Talent Show 4; Cafeteria Squad 4; 
Christmas Show 4. 

GERALDINE MAKER Business 

44-D Hansen Road 

Gerry's secret dream is to become an airline stewardess. Chop 
suey and pizza are tops with this well-liked miss . . . pet peeve 
is rainy days. Gerry may often be found bowling with her 
friends, Carol, Bev, Janet, and Margaret. 

Activities : Civil Air Patrol 3, 4; Dramatics Club 4. 




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PAULINE MANCUSO College 

liy 2 Felton Street 

Pauline's nickname, "Speedy," was no doubt given to her by 
Jean, Millie, Carol, and Bertha. This popular miss will soon 
don the cap of the Florence Nightingales. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Girls' Sports 2. 



SUSAN MANNING College 

269 Linden Street 

Sweet, smart, and saucy describes this blond curly-haired miss 
to a "T." Sue is generally found matching notes with Gerry, 
Pam, Nancy, Sue, and Jean . . . future spells college for speech 
therapy study. 

Activities : Latin Club 3; Talent Show 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Cafeteria Squad 
4; Red Cross Representative 2, 3; Christmas Show 4; Maroon Squad 4; 
Glee Club 4. 





ROSALIE MANNINO College 

19 Newburgh Street 

You can usually find "Rosi" in the corridors of W.H.S. with 
her friends, Diane, Cynthia, Margie, or Marilyn. Taking it easy 
by listening to the radio and eating fried clams is her idea of 
"heaven." Rosi's thumbs are down to report cards on Fridays 
. . . hopes to do secretarial work. 

Activities: 210 Staff 2, 3, 4. 

MARY ANN MANTENUTO Business 

72 Kendall Park 

"You're kidding!" says this hazel-eyed pizza-eater who hates 
to get up on rainy mornings. Look for this future secretary 
taking notes with Charlotte, Katie, Loretta, and Gail. 

Activities: Bowling, Archery 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2; Pep Club 3; 
Softball 2. 

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MARLENE MARCOUX General 

82 Central Street 

Popular Marlene enjoys eating spaghetti with Nancy, Pat, Joan, 
Diane, Pam, and Marilyn . . . wedding bells are chiming in 
Marlene's future. Best of luck always, Marlene! 

JUDITH MARSH Business 

239 Ash Street 

"Marsha," who likes Italian foods, frowns on small eaters . . . 
may be seen with Millie, Barb, Terry, or Linda . . . hopes to 
attend I.B.M. school after graduation. 

Activities: Talent Show 3; Red Cross Representative 2; Glee Club 2. 



RANDOLPH MARTIN College 

6 Beal Road 

Good-natured Randy enjoys golf and hockey at W.H.S. . . . 
friends include Brian and Frank . . . steak rates highest on his 
list . . . looking forward to college after graduation. 

Activities: Hockey 2. 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4. 





RICHARD MARTIN Business 

28 Sterling Road 

"Red," our popular Senior Class President, is partial to potato 
chips but tries to squelch squares. A "North Junior boy," he is 
often found munching with Bob, Frank, Mucca, and Ken. After 
graduation he plans to join the Air Force and eventually become 
a fighter pilot. 

Activities : Basketball 2, 3; Red Cross Representative 2; Student Council 
Representative 3; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Monitor 4; 
President of Class 4. 







JANET MAY Business 

54 Dale Street 

"Jan," whose favorite foods are steak and pizza, enjoys going 
to Waltham High football games with Joanne, Gerry, and Mar- 
garet. This happy lass is looking forward to a business career. 

Activities: Basketball 2; Archery 2; Pep Club 3. 

LORETTA MAZZOLA College 

242 Lowell Street 

Brown-eyed Lo is usually seen eating pizza with Gail, Maryanne, 
and Judy . . . homework rubs this gal the wrong way . . . 
future plans include business college and later work as a 
medical secretary. 

Activities : Dramatics Club 3; Girls' Sports 3, 4; Glee Club 2. 

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JUDY McANDREWS General 

149 Adams Street 

Brown-eyed Judy, usually called "Jack" by Barbara, Evie, 
Jewels, and Donna, enjoys eating spaghetti, but doesn't appre- 
ciate grouchy people. Judy's main goal is to become a good 
housewife, and we're sure she'll succeed. 

JAYNE McCABE General 

25 Tavern Road 

Jayne's favorite pastime is listening to records with the gang, 
Frannie, Nancy, Betty, and Helen . . . hopes to become a 
hairdresser after studying at Mansfield Academy. She's sure to 
get a "head"!! 

Activities : Ski Club 4; Pep Club 3; Cafeteria Squad 2, 3; Girls' Basketball 
2, 3; Glee Club 2. 



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JEANNE McCARTHY College 

23 Centre Street 

Friendly "Jeannie" is about when chums, Dottie, Marty, Doro- 
thea, and Marie are nearby . . . pet peeve is people who aren't 
on time. Good luck to a future "lady in white." 

Activities : Latin Club 2; Library Council 2, 3, 4. 



JUDITH McCARTHY College 

10 Greenwood Lane 

Mais oui, everyone knows he can find Judy with Pat, Judy, Joy, 
Marie, or Linda. "All together now — one, two, three" is what she 
whispers walking through the corridors. Bonne chance to one 
of our future linguists. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Pep 
Club 3; Usher at Open House 2, 3; Girls' Sports 2; Class Day Usher 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; Glee Club 2; Bloodmobile 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 4; Newspaper Stiff 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; Mirror Representative 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Talent Show Committee 3, 4; Secretary 4. 




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ROBERT McCULLOUGH Business 

34 Wheelock Road 

"Mucka," as he is best known to his friends, Carl, Don, Tudga. 
John, and Roy, hopes to enter the armed services after gradua- 
tion. Best of luck, Mucka! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, t. 



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james McDonnell 

11 Central Street 

"Hey, cool!" calls "Mac" . . . gastronomic delights include 
pizza, spaghetti, and meatballs . . . dislikes women drivers . . . 
friends are Fred, Dave, Phil, and Jack . . . plans to attend 
Newman Prep and Northeastern. 

Activities: Manager of Basketball Team 2, 3. 4; Gorman Club 2, 3; Math 
Club t. 

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JACQUELINE McEACHERN General 

74 Orange Street 

"Jackie," a whiz with a needle and a demon in the kitchen, is 
usually seen with Jeanette, Judy, and Pat . . . soon will don 
a nurse's white cap. 

Activities : Bowling 2, 4. 

JANET McFARLAND Business 

40 Orange Street 

Jan, as she is known to her friends, Barb, Elaine, Paula, and 
Sandy, plans to become a secretary in the future. Lots of 
luck, Jan! 

Activities: Pep Club 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 




MARILYN McIVOR Business 

138 Bright Street 

Blue-eyed "Charlie" loves to write letters but disagrees with 
people who tell her she's in a bad mood. Fried chicken is her 
heart's delight. Her friends, Pam, Pat, Diane, and Joan, often 
hear her say, "Oh, Diane! Are you crazy?" Business school and 
I.B.M. work are on Marilyn's agenda. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3; Open House Usher 2; Red Cross Represen- 
tative 2; Glee Club 2; Business Office Staff 4; Mirror Clerical Staff 4; 
Operetta 2. 









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PHYLLIS McKAY 
89 Central Street 

Fun-loving "Phil" likes her veal cutlets with tartar sauce. 
Lorraine, Genesta, and Lorra are her special friends . . . plans 
on a secretarial career in the future. Her name is filed under 

"success." 







JOY McKENZIE College 

1654 Trapelo Road 

This peppy miss likes listening to music with Pam, Judy, 
Jeanne, Paulette, and Agnes . . . hopes her future pupils will 
bring her French fries instead of apples. 

Activities: Math Club 4; Glee Club 2. 

AGNES McLAUGHLIN College 

40 Fairmont Avenue 

Active "Aggie" may be seen with Marie, Judy, Judy, or Dolores 
. . . likes ice cream and playing her flute, but crowded buses hit 
a sour note . . . hopes to attend B. C. School of Nursing. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 2, 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Sports 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Open House Usher 3; Newspaper Staff 
Editor 2, 3, 4; Band 3, 4; Orchestra 2. 

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PAUL McLAUGHLIN Business 

91 Prospect Hill Road 

Brown-eyed "Mac" likes to keep his jaws busy eating . . . 

doesn't like people who "wag their tongues" too fast . . . 

strongly supports splitting steaks with Carl and Wally . . . will 
soon visit "cloud nine" as a member of the Air Force. 

MICHAEL McNAMARA Technical 

15 Vernon Street 

"Mac," as Fred, Dick, Bob, and Jim call him, enjoys the clubs 
at W.H.S. . . . likes water skiing in the summer, skiing in the 
winter, and sleeping when he isn't doing anything else . . . 
future forecasts college and the Coast Guard. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Riflery 4; Talent Show 4; Red Cro9s Representative 2; Student 
Council Representative 3; Christmas Show 4; Math Club 4. 




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MARLENE MEARS Business 

38 Brewster Road 

Blue-eyed Marlene, who previously attended school in Dorchester 
and Saugus, hopes to become a secretary and housewife. She 
enjoys eating hot fudge sundaes and hamburgers most of all 
with her friends, Marylou and Velma. Good luck in the future! 



PATRICIA MEIKLE Business 

100 Hillcrest Road 

Friendly "Pam" shudders at the thought of homework, but 
"Why-y-y not!" . . . roams the halls of W.H.S. or munches 
pizza or spaghetti with Marilyn, Diane, Pat and Joan . , . hopes 
to launch herself in the business world as a secretary after 
graduation from W.H.S. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3; Talent Show 4; Glee Club 2; Business Staff 
4; Clerical Staff 4; Senior Play Homeroom Representative 4. 





DOLORES MELLO 

1378 Trapelo Road 

Lively Del dislikes gossips . 
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usually found water-skiing or 
friends include Di, Judy, Pam 



and Sandy . . . will surely succeed in college as a language 
major. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, Secretary 2; Usher at Open 
House 2; Red Cross Representative 4; Graduation Usher 3; Bloodmobile 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 4, Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 2; Dance Committee 4. 

JAMES MERRILL Vocational 

51 Ash Street 

Brown-eyed Jamie smiles at science, steak, and swimming, but is 
annoyed by TV commercials . . . often found bouncing a basket- 
ball with Denis, Bud, Larry, and Bill . . . plans to become a 
linotype operator. 
Activities: Safety Council •'!. I; Exchange Program 3; Yearbook Committee 3. 

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WALTER MICHAELS Technical 

19 Plant Avenue 

Genial "Walt" hails from North Junior . . . usually seen with 
buddies, Jim, Paul, and Cappa . . . favorite pastime is playing 
hockey . . . fond of fried rice . . . future plans include M.I.T. 

Activities: Math Club 4; Hockey 4. 

LORRAINE MILLIKEN Business 

27 Banks Street 

Merry "Millie" is a tennis fan . . . keeps the ball bouncing with 
Pat and Carolyn . . . Fisher Junior College takes first prize in 
her game. Best of luck, Millie! 

Activities: Pep Club 2; Girls' Sports 2, 3; Red Cross Representative 2; News- 
paper Staff 2; Dance Committee 2; Open House Usher 4; Clerical Staff of 
Mirror 4; Attendance Collector 4. 




SALLY MIRABITO Business 

18 Highland Street 

Brown-eyed "Sam" really "digs" eating — especially spaghetti, 
but tests all on same day never make the grade with her. Peppy 
Sally, who wanders through the halls of W.H.S. with Helen, 
Carole, Jean, and Janet, sees office work and wedding bells in 
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EDWARD MITCHELL College 

13 Derby Street 

Hunting and swimming rank high with "Mitch" . . . comrades 
in crime include Bob, Kevin, Steven, and Jim . . . future plans 
include the Navy. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 4; Riflery Club 4; Cafeteria Squad 
2, 3; Math Club 4; Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3. 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; 
Electrical Staff 2, 3, 4. 




DONALD MORE College 

1066 Trapelo Road 

Amiable Donald is often seen playing ping-pong with Dennis, 
Bob, Arthur, or Don . . . listens to classical music . . . plans 
to attend either the University of Massachusetts or Northeastern 
University. 



Activities : Class Dav Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Math Club 4; 
Usher 4. 



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DIANE MORLEY Business 

2 Riverside Drive 

Boys who say "What?" and people who own newer and better- 
looking cars than hers head Di's list of pet peeves. On the other 
hand, spaghetti and fried chicken are tops any day. Di can be 
seen with Pam, Pat, Joan, and Marilyn, and she's always asking, 
"Oh, Marilyn! What do I do now?" ... to become a secretary 
and then a Mrs. is in the cards for Diane. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2; Talent Show 4; Open House Usher 4; Red 
Cross Representative 2: Business Office Staff I: Mirror Clerical Staff 1. 

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LAWRENCE MORREALE Vocational 

8 Oak Street 

Larry likes lasagna anytime ... 5' 9" future millionaire . . . 
look for this former South Juniorite with Fred and Steve . . . 
science classes are his favorites. Best of everything, Larry! 

LINDA ANNE MOSMAN Business 

23 Heard Street 

Being a cheerleader for the Crimson made a big hit with peppy 
"Mousie," who'll soon enter business college . . . friends include 
Barbara, Terry, Charlie, Diane, and Judy. 

Activities: Cheering 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Usher at Open House 3; Glee Club 
2, 3; Talent Show 4; Business Staff 4; Clerical Staff of Mirror 4. 




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BARBARA MOSTOWITZ College 

15 Drury Lane 

Bouncy "Bobbie" is always on the ball . . . people who aren't 
where they're supposed to be are on her "black list." If you 
can keep up with this future teacher, you'll find her with 
Elaine, Charlene, Joanne, and Anne. 



Talent Show 3, 4; Cheering 
4; Junior Red Cross Chairman 



Activities : Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2; 

3, 4; Pep Club 3; Usher at Open House 2, 3, 

4; 210 Staff 3, 4; Newspaper 2, 3, Co-Editor 4; Class Treasurer 4; National 

Honor Society 3, 4; Literary Staff of Mirror 4; Writer for Talent Show 4; 

Mirror Co-Ordinating Editor 4. 



JOANNE MULLER Business 

53 Sartell Road 

"I doubt it!" is Joanne's favorite expression when she is with 
Janet, Jerry, Pasqual, Nancy, and Carol. A course in accounting 
is foreseen by this young miss. 

Activities: Glee Club 2; Pep Squad 4; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Red Cro93 
Representative 2; Open House Usher 2. 





CAROL MURPHY Business 

89 Bedford Street 

"Murph" enjoys dancing . . . may be seen demonstrating the 
latest steps to Gail, Sherry, or Joan . . . likes chicken . . . 
dislikes conceited boys . . . plans to be a private secretary after 
graduation. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Hockey Cheerleader 4. 

BARBARA MURRAY 

172 Adams Street 

Brown-eyea "Barb" enjoys meeting Sherry, Candy, Sandy, and 
Audrey at the "Land" . . . loves lasagna . . . after graduation 
it's off to I.B.M. school. 

Anilities: Bowling 2; Talent Show 4; Glee Club 2. 




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MARGARET MURRAY Business 

29 Albemarle Road 

Brown-eyed Peggy "digs" reading and Chinese foods . . . friends, 
Judy, Dottie, Judy, and Janice, share her dislikes of being 
pushed in the corridors . . . future plans include I.B.M. school. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4; Talent Show 4; Usher at Open House 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross Representative 2; Operetta 2. 

JOSEPH NARHUMINTI Business 

54 Cavalry Street 

Italian sausages rate highest with "Mr. Peepers," a future chef 
. . . dislikes back seat drivers . . . spare time is spent at the 
bowling alleys or with pals, Jim and John. 






HELEN NEUFELL College 

14 Pond Street 

"Smiley," as chums, Bev, Nancy, Margaret, and Gerry call her, 
hopes to go to a beauticians' school after graduation from 
W.H.S. Good luck, Helen! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 4; Talent Show 4; Newspaper Staff 4. 







EDMUND NOKE College 

63 Lyman Street 

Popular Eddie is seldom seen without accomplices, Russ, Bruce, 
and Dave . . . would swim a mile for fried chicken . . . setting 
sail for Annapolis after graduation. 

Activities: Football 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 
Play 4; Talent Show 4; Senior Play 4. 



WILLIAM NOKE College 

63 Lyman Street 

This tall, athletic lad enjoys eating and sleeping . . . pizza 
and spaghetti are his favorite meals. "Bumps," as he is called by 
his friends, Harold, Peter, and Bernie, plans to go to University 
of California or University of North Carolina after graduation. 
Best of luck in the future, Bill! 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. 

FAITH NORTON College 

179 Ash Street 

Popular Faith dislikes people who send anonymous cards, but 
doesn't mind singing the high notes for the "Choralettes" . . . 
usually seen with Anne, Elaine and Ginny. After college she 
plans to be a Latin teacher. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 3, President 4; Dramatics 
Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports 3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Usher at Open House 

2, 3, 4; Library Council 3, 4; Executive Council 4; Red Cross Representative 
3 ; Class Day Usher 3 ; Graduation Usher 3 ; Christmas Show 2, 3, 4 ; Math 
Club 4; Bloodmobile 4; Newspaper Staff Editor 4; National Honor Society 

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WILLIAM NOYES Vocational 

55 Hibiscus Avenue 

"Vicie" enjoys bowling, hamburgers, and courses in mechanical 
drawing . . . best friends are Fred, Gene, T.C., Ebra, and 
Grover. After graduation Bill plans to leave Massachusetts . . . 
favorite saying to those needing advice is "When in wonder 
or in doubt, run in circles, scream, and shout!" 

ROBERT O'DONNELL College 

5 Winthrop Street 

Cheerful Bobby always brings his smile along . . . partners in 
crime include Dick, Roger, and Dave . . . future plans include 
college. Lots of luck, Bobby, and keep the sunny side up! 

Activities: Football 4; Hockey 3; Red Cross Representative 3. 




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ESTHER OLOFSON College 

50 Wayne Avenue 

Blue-eyed, brown-haired Esther, known to Muriel, Paula, Gail, 
and Grace as "Etta," likes girls' sports best at W.H.S. This 
lively lass, who's a whiz at sewing and reading, plans to attend 
Mount Auburn School of Nursing after graduation. Best of 
luck, Esther! 

Activities : Badminton, Archery 2, 3, 4. 



JOHN OLIVESKI Vocational 

28 Ravenswood Road 

Tall, blue-eyed "Prof" likes math classes best at W.H.S. A 
transfer from Woburn High, he finds that just the word 
"school" ruins his day . . . enjoys music, sports, cars, girls, or 
eating turkey and liver when there's nothing else to do . . . 
usually answering his "You know it!" are Dick, Doug, and 
David. 

Activities : Safety Council 3, 4. 





DOROTHY O'MALLEY College 

135 Massoit Street 

"Oh, Sugar!" exclaims "Dodie" to her bewildered customers at 
the Stop and Shop . . . relishes pickles. Among her friends 
are Carrie-Lou, Marie, Jeanne, Doffie, and Joanne . . . plans 
to study English at Boston College. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Art Club 4; Bowling 2; Dramatics Club Play 
Scenery Committee 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Usher at Open House 2, 4; Library 
Council 2, 3, 4; Kingsbury Temperance Fund Essay Winner 3. 

ROBERT ORIFICE Technical 

145 Felton Street 

Handsome "Bob" surely earned the nickname "Yogi" ... is 
usually playing baseball with his friends, Dick, Mike, Fred, 
and Ike . . . will continue to play baseball after college. 

Activities: German Club 3, 4; Debating Club 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Riflery 
4; Math Club 4; Red Cross Representative 3. 

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ANTHONY PALUMBO College 

35 Orange Street 

Sedate "Caesar" is off to conquer B.C. after graduation . . . 
seen with the triumvirate of Joel, Ken, and Charlie . . . his 
"goal" won't be divided into three parts, but his motto will be 
"veni, vidi, vici!" 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Writer for Talent Show 4; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2; Student Council Representative 2; Business Editor of Mirror 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; A.F.S. Committee 3; Class Day Usher 3; 
Graduation Usher 3; Math Club 4; Football Usher 4. 

SANDRA PAGLIERANI College 

76 Hillcrest Road 

Sandy dislikes conceited boys . . . enjoys eating any time 
. . . you can identify her by her "Why not?" College is first 
on Sandy's agenda when she's talking over her future plans 
with Polly, Sandy, Pammy, and Patti. Good luck to our green- 
eyed senior with the "sandy" blond hair! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 3; Dramatics Club 3; Talent Show 
3; Usher at Open House 3, 4; Library Council 2; Glee Club 2; Football 
Usher 2; Junior Prom Committee Art Staff 3. 



CAROLYN PAOLINO Business 

125 Felton Street 

Popular and fun-loving "Carrots" can be found munching "any- 
thing edible" with friends, Lorraine, Milly, Joanne, Pat and 
Sherry . . . plans to enter the business world after graduation 
from W.H.S. 

Activities : Dramatics Club 4 ; Girls* Sports 4 ; Dramatics Club Play 4 ; Talent 
Show 4; Senior Play 4. 






ANNE PAQUETTE College 

27 Dix Street 

Beautiful and talented, Anne is well known for her long, red- 
gold hair and lovely soprano voice . . . usually surrounded by 
Faith, Ginny, Elaine, and Bobbie . . . will enter nurse's training 
after graduation. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Basketball 2; Badminton 
3; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Cheering 3, 4; Usher at Open House 2, 3, 4; 
Library Council 2, 3; Red Cross Representative 2, 3; Maroon Squad 4; 
Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Christmas Show 2, 3, 4; Math 
Club 4; Glee Club 2; Bloodmobile 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Mirror Literary Staff 2, 4; Operetta 2; Prom Committee 2. 







JUDITH PARKER General 

20 Ford Street 

This pert young miss loves talking to Ruth, Jeanette, Jackie, 
and Carol on the telephone . . . future foresees secretarial 
school . . . her fingers are on the "keys" ... to success! 

Activities: Library Council 4. 

CAROLE PARKHURST College 

19 Elmhurst Terrace 

Pretty "Parkie" is usually seen in the halls of W.H.S. with Les, 
Bess, and Bev . . . likes clams and writing letters . . . dislikes 
"loiterers in the corridors" . . . hopes to attend Katharine Gibbs 
Secretarial School. Happy key-tapping, Carole! 

Activities : Latin Club 2, 4. 

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RUSSELL PARLEE 

206 Robbins Street 

"Russ" thinks ice cream is "cool" but classifies women drivers 
as "crazy" . . . friends, Charlie, Kenny, Hank, Carl, and Mike, 
strongly agree with him. The future will see Russ in a 
pharmacist's garb. 

Activities: Talent Show 2, 3; Christmas Show 3; Math Club 4; Glee Club 2; 
Science Seminar; Electrical Staff 2, 3, 4; Dance and Prom Committees 2, 3; 
Vice President of Audio-Visual Staff 3; President of Audio-Visual Staff 4. 

DIANA PATTEN General 

45 Brown Street 

Cheerful Diana enjoys riding around with friends, Carol, Bev, 
and Rose . . . pet peeve is a sophomore study hall . . . lasagna 
rates highest on her menu . . . hopes to study bacteriology in the 
future. 

Activities : Mirror Representative 4; Homeroom Representative 2. 






WARREN PAZOLT Vocational 

81 Summer Street 

"Yeah, but I don't like to wait," says Pes, the "science bug" . . . 
often found with Deuce, Phil, Charlie, or Earl . . . enjoys 
eating spaghetti with fried chicken. Good luck in the future, 
Warren ! 

Activities : Safety Council Chairman 4; Newspaper Staff 4. 



NANCY PEDERSON College 

31 Chester Avenue 

"I doubt it," says "Peedee" . . . found with Frannie, Jean, 
Carolyn, Joanne, and Betty in the halls of W.H.S. . . . likes 
scallops and pizza . . . dislikes people who push through the 
lunch line . . . plans to don a nurse's cap after graduation. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4, 
Secretary 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Library Council 3; Red Cross Representative 
2; Mirror Business Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4. 




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STANLEY PELKEY Vocational 

34 Crafts Street 

5' 8" Stan plans to travel a bit after graduation. Look for this 
machinist with Jackie, Rich, Mose, Banana Nose, and Brownie 
. . . keep the sunny side up, Stan! 

CARL PERGOLA College 

173 Charles Street 

"Pokey," our husky Crimson co-captain, enjoys eating steak 
and participating in sports . . . pals are John, Mucka, Art, Joe, 
and Allie. Carl's future plans are indefinite, but you can be 
sure that he will continue to play football. 

Activities : Maroon Squad 4; Christmas Show 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 
4; Talent Show 4; Cafeteria Squad 4. 

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SUSAN PLACE Business 

9 Lakeview Terrace 

Quiet Sue dislikes written and oral compositions at W.H.S. If 
she's not practicing acrobatic dancing, she can be found munch- 
ing on a roast beef sandwich with Thelma, Pat, Sherry and 
Millie . . . future plans include being an executive secretary. 

Activities: Ski Club 2; Girls' Sports 2; Student Council Representative 2; 
Literary Staff of the Mirror 4; Class Day Usher 3; Bloodmobile 4; Business 
Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 

BENJAMIN POTTER 

400 Winter Street 

Popular "Benny" enjoys the hockey games at W.H.S. . . . 
cohorts include Jerry, Todd, Cliff, Doug, Bob, and Joe . . . 
hopes to make Colby College his alma mater. Best of luck, Ben! 

Activities: Glee Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Talent Show 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3 ; Student Council Representative 3 ; Hockey 2, 3, 4, 
Co-Captain 4; Rifle Club 4; Senior Play 4; Open House Usher 4; Crimson 
Key 4; Dramatics Club 4. 



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ROBERT POWER Vocational 

25 Morton Street 

"Bebo," who toils away his extra hours at work, previously 
attended North Junior High . . . will eat hamburgers with his 
friends, Tony, Dick, Fred, Jim, Clif, and Mac anytime, anyplace. 
Best wishes for the future, Bob. 





ROBERT POWERS General 

81 Francis Street 

Brown-eyed Bob plans on a future with Uncle Sam's Navy . . . 
raises the colors for steak and potatoes . . . cars rate 
a twenty-one gun salute with this future sailor . . . charts 
his course with Skip, Doug, Bob, and Tex. 



ARTHUR PRIOR College 

37 Parmenter Road 

"Art" can be found customizing model cars. He roams the 
hallowed corridors of W.H.S. with Walter, Lenny, Tom, and 
Don . . . plans to become a mechanic. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3, 4; Co-Photographer for Mirror 4; Electrical 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Language Lab Staff 4. 

ANTOINETTE PROFETTO Business 

65 Pine Street 

"Toni" spends most of her time engaging in sports with Jeanne, 
Anne, and Sally . . . enjoys pizza and fried clams . . . hopes 
to become a teacher or secretary. 

Activities: Bowling 2, 3; Basketball 2; Volleyball 2; Archery 2, 3; Operetta 2. 

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JOAN RADOSTA Business 

14 Indian Road 

Perky "Jo," with her pretty blue eyes and brown hair, is usually 
seen with Candy, and Judy . . . would eat a pizza or artichokes 
any time . . . "maid" for success. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2, 3; Archery 2; Bowling 2; Dramatics Club Play 
2; Christmas Show 4; Operetta 2. 

HAROLD RANDALL 

83 Barbara Road 

Amiable "Hal" never leaves his skis far behind . . . partners 
in crime include Bill, Ben, and Fred. Best of luck in your 
future at college, Hal! 

Activities: Math Club 3; Ski Club 2, 3. 



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PETER RANDALL College 

83 Barbara Road 

Double exposure? No, one of a set of twins . . . Peter has planned 
a wonderful future as a commercial artist. It's only right as a ski 
club member that his favorite days are snowy ones. Ben and 
Carrie-Lou are only two of his many friends . . . baked lobster 
looks good to Pete any day. 

Activities: Ski Club 2, 3; Mirror Art Staff 4. 



MARY ANN RANDO Business 

25 Rangely Road 

"Daisy May" is a future office worker . . . prefers pizza with 
Ruth, Paula, and Muriel . . . yells "Fore!" as she practices her 
golf shots. She'll be more than par for the course of the future. 





JOAN RAYNE College 

14 Westbrook Circle 

Happy Joan dislikes people with bad dispositions . . . enjoys 
being with Marilyn, Pat, Diane, Nancy, Marlene, and Paulette 
. . . future plans include attending business school. Best of luck, 
Joan! 

Activities: Glee Club 2; Open House Usher 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Latin 
Club 2. 

JUDITH RECINE Business 

119 Charles Street 

This peppy senior, called "Shrimp" by Ruth, Maryann, Christine, 
Carol and Butch, enjoys eating steak or skating . . . dislikes 
conceited boys . . . plans to be a typist after graduation. 

Activities: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Representative 3; Student 
Council Representative 2; Mirror Representative 3. 

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KAREN REIDY College 

104 Barbara Road 

An avid fried clam eater, Karen never "clams up" when with 
friends, Joanie, Carrie Lou, Maureen, and Karen. Karen hopes to 
continue with her schooling at college and then, as a teacher. 
start her own "schooling." 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; 
Usher at Open House 3, 4; Bowling, Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 210 Staff 3, 4. 

MAUREEN REILLY College 

27 Vernon Street 

Auburn-haired Maureen "adores" listening to Johnny Mathis 
and eating pizza . . . friends include Dolores, Diane, Caroline, 
Janet, and Sue . . . steak rates high on her menu . . . looks 
forward to Boston College in the fall. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4: 
Dramatics Club Ticket Committee 2. 




CHRISTINE RICARD Business 

61 Myrtle Street 

"Dolly" delights in listening to the radio, eating meatballs, and 
being with friends, Judy and Pat . . . hears wedding bells in the 
future. 






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GAIL RICHARDSON 

47 Lunda Street 

Gail, sometimes called Richie or "Pasqual," can often be found 
with Nancy, Joanne, Carol, and Judy. She hopes to become a 
nurse or a medical secretary in the future. Best of luck, Gail! 

Activities : Girls' Sports 2. 




DOROTHY RICKER General 

11 Kenmore Terrace 

Cheery "Chewey," as Lorna, Ginny, Beaty, and Alice call her, 
simply loves the thought of spaghetti and horseback riding . . . 
hopes to hear wedding bells in the future. 

JOHN RIGOLI Vocational 

55 Loretta Road 

John spends many busy hours with Dick, John, Bob, and Mike 
. . . favorite subject is drawing . . . enjoys hunting, fishing, and 
skiing . . . aspires to join the U.S. Navy. 

Activities : Vocational Views — Staff Reporter 3. 



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JOSEPH RIGOLI Business 

117 Prospect Street 

Joe's favorite pastime is hunting . . . pet peeve is girls who 
won't say "Hi" . . . best friends include Jay and Carl. After 
graduation Joe looks forward to attending a technical school 
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JAMES ROBINSHAW Vocational 

113 Hammond Street 

"Hey, Feller!" can be heard from energetic Jim in the Auto 
Mechanics' Shop. This popular lad spends many hours doing 
math, his favorite subject, with Bob, Dick, and Jim . . . hopes 
to don the Air Force blues soon after graduation. He's off to a 
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RUTH ROBINSON Business 

82 Lafayette Street 

"Oh, fiddle sticks!" says quiet Ruthie, as she plows through her 
homework . . . likes talking on the phone to Judy, Maryann, 
Natalie, Nancy and Sally . . . future plans include practical 
nursing. 

Activities : Operetta 2. 



MARILYN RODIER College 

1082 Main Street 

Friendly Marilyn hails from South Junior . . . pastime is riding 
with pals, Rita, Betty, and Carolyn . . . enjoys eating sub sand- 
wiches anytime but dislikes grouchy people . . . future plans 
include nurse's training. 

Activities: Library Council 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2. 








EDWARD ROGERS College 

153 Robins Street 

Smiling Eddy will join Uncle Sam after graduation . . . plays 
golf whenever he's on leave . . . tours the corridors with Phil 
and Charlie. We all salute you, Eddy. 

JOSEPH RUSSO College 

25 Summit Street 

Happy-go-lucky "Dods" goes for broiled lobster and any and all 
Italian food . . . blue eyes light up for girls, not for old jokes 
. . . can usually be seen with A], Bob, Ben, or Todd in halls of 
W.H.S. A few years with Uncle Sam and then a career as an 
auto body mechanic are seen in his future. 

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EDWARD RYAN Vocational 

39 Wheelock Road 

Eddie, a former South Juniorite, is a member of the printing 
department. "I mean like help!" is his cry to Art, Archie, and 
Jim . . . dislikes shoestrings that break . . . has decided a 
career as a journeyman printer is just his "type." 

Activities : Junior Prom Committee 3; Mirror Staff 4. 

RICHARD RYAN General 

60 Dorchester Street 

Dick enjoys playing golf in his spare time. His best friends are 
Joe and Bob. Dick's future is undecided, but we wish him 
success in whatever he does. 




SANDRA SABLONE General 

89 Hillcrest Road 

"Them's the breaks!" explains "Sandy," who dislikes homework 
at W.H.S. . . . friends include Janice, Polly, Nancy, Dee, and 
Pat . . . Mansfield Academy figures in Sandy's plans. 

Activities : Dramatics Club 2; Pep Club 4; Usher at Open House 2. 






CARMELA SALAMONE Business 

37 Oak Street 

Vivacious "Millie" can usually be found with Pat, Jean, Carol, 
and Judy . . . forecast for a bright future includes wedding bells. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2; Ski Club 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Cheering 3, 4; 
Usher at Open House 3; Glee Club 2; Business Staff 3, 4; National Honor 

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BARBARA SCHOFIELD 

4 Norumbega Terrace 

Cute and perky "Scho" is happiest when talking on the phone 
with Janet, Sandy, and Paula. Hairdressing school and wedding 
bells are "in the air" after graduation. 

Activities: Pep Club 4. 

PENELOPE SCHOFIELD College 

25 Rumford Avenue 

"Scho," "Nick," or "Antoinette" is what Penny answers to when 
paged by her pals, Marcia, Carol, Cynny, and Charlotte . . . 
people who call her Penelope make her peeved. This talented 
senior spends her leisure time talking and eating . . . eating 
what? sub sandwiches, pizza, and steak, of course. The arrow 
of the future points to a career as a social worker. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Talent Show 3, 4; Cheerleader 
4; Pep Club 4; Maroon Squad 4; A.F.S. Committee 3, 4; Vice President of 
Senior Class 4; Ski Club 4. _, 

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THOMAS SCHUSTER Technical 

121 Edgewater Drive 

A steak lover from Ohio, hazel-eyed "Ace" likes "Americanizing" 
the English language . . . usually found on his scooter with Tom, 
Phil, Don, or Bob or getting ready for a career in nautical 
engineering at Annapolis. Best of luck, Tom! 

Activities: German Club; Math Club 4. 

ELIZABETH SCOTT College 

120 Myrtle Street 

Fun-loving Betty enjoys eating fried chicken with Nancy, Fran, 
Carolyn, or Kate . . . can often be heard saying, "Why not?" 
when speaking of her future occupation, teaching algebra. 

Activities: A.F.S. Committee 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror Planning 
Staff 3; Co-Editor of Mirror Business Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Class Day Usher 3; Art Club 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Talent Show 3, 4; 
Ticket Chairman 4; Pep Club 3; Open House Usher 2; Red Cross Repre- 
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KATHLEEN SEDERQUIST College 

71 College Farm Road 

Kathy is happy harmonizing with the "Choralettes" . . . friends 
include Billy, Ginny, Ellen, Ruth, and Nancy . . . likes steak 
and pizza . . . dislikes loud gum chewers . . . hopes to become 
an X-ray technician. 

Activities: Latin Club Executive Council 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Ski Club 2; 
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Christmas Show 2, 3, 4; Clinical 
Staff 4; A.F.S. Committee 3; Mirror Representative 4. 



ROBERT SHADY College 

34 Old Lexington Road 

Handsome Bob enjoys swimming, skating, and making money 
. . . likes history and languages . . . many friends include 
Ben, Don, Doug, Todd, Jerry, and Ken . . . always enjoys 
steak . . . college is next on his agenda. 








MURIEL SHAUGHNESSY College 

298 River Street 

Listening to records or playing golf suits this pretty miss to a 
"T" . . . climbing those stairs is nil with her but finds it worth- 
while when corn beef and cabbage are at the top . . . will 
climb on to executive secretary's position. 

PAULA SHAUGHNESSY College 

298 River Street 

Brown-eyed "Wonderful" enjoys listening to the radio with her 
friends, Gail, Grace, Mary Ann. Gloria, and Esther. This future 
teacher is waiting for the day when she can hear her pupils 
recite. Happy teaching! 

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TODD SHERMAN Technical 

171 Barbara Road 

Popular Todd finds a dinner consisting of steak, salad, and 
Espresso coffee to his liking . . . usually seen with Jerry, Ben, 
and Bob . . . hopes to attend a technical college. 

Activities: Debating Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Riflery 
2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Math Club 4; Crimson Key 4. 

VIRGINIA SINCLAIR College 

148 Ash Street 

Singing in the Choralettes is Ginny's favorite pastime . . . 
special friends include Kathy, Faith, Ellen, Ann, Ruth, and 
Mary. This active miss intends to further her education at 
Katharine Gibbs Secretarial School. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Usher at Open House 2, 3, 4; Library Council 2, 3, 
Bloodmobile 4; Class Day Usher 3; Christmas Show 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
Graduation Usher 3; 210 Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror Staff 4; A.F.S. 3, 4. 



ROBERT SKANE College 

11 Gale Street 

Good-looking "Mike" enjoys sports best at W.H.S. . . . dislikes 
tests all on the same day . . . friends include Eddie, Bill, Al, 
Jim and Ronny. After graduation from Holy Cross, he hopes 
to be a pro-baseball player. 

Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Talent Show 4; A.F.S. Committee 3; Mirror Sports Editor 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 2. 






PATRICIA SLAMAN Business 

107 Plympton Street 

Popular "Salami" can be found with pals, Betty, Sherry, and 
Millie . . . enjoys music and eating spaghetti, but dislikes tardy 
people . . . hopes to become an efficient private secretary. 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Graduation Usher 3; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Bloodmobile 4; Red Cross Representative 2; Business Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Mirror Clerical Staff 4; Mirror Business Staff 4; Mirror Homeroom Repre- 
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CHARLOTTE SMITH College 

39 Berkshire Road 

Likeable Charl keeps busy with all her activities . . . enjoys 
sewing and cheering at all basketball and football games with 
the Pep Club . . . friends include Sue, Penny, Sherry, Merrily 
and Gail. The teaching field beckons Charlotte, who hopes 
to attend University of Massachusetts. 

Activities : Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2; Ski Club 4; Talent Show 3; 
Pep Club 4; Operetta 2; Mirror Business Staff 4; Senior Class Play Ticket 
Chairman 4. 

DAVID SMITH College 

26 Columbus Avenue 

Popular "Smitty" likes to strum on his guitar. Stockbridge 
School of Agriculture is in tune to his likes . . . harmonizes with 
Buddy, Jim, Paul, and Buzz. We know he'll hit a lucky note. 

Activities : Christmas Show 4; Basketball 3. 

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LORRAINE SMITH Business 

1188 Main Street 

Busy Lorraine, known as "Lorrie" to Maureen, Louise, Lorraine, 
and Charlotte, likes girls' sports, especially badminton, at 
W.H.S. . . . often seen reading or eating lobster . . . career as 
a typist and lots of travel are waiting for Lorraine. 

Activities : Archery 2; Volleyball 2, 3; Badminton 2. 

ROBERTA SMITH General 

67 Indian Road 

Pretty "Bobby" came to W.H.S. from Virginia. "Why, sho" she 
enjoys southern fried chicken . . . friends are Carol, Jay, Dee 
Dee, and Judy . . . plans for college, then marriage. 

Activities: Talent Show 4; Pep Club 4; Dramatics Cluh 1. 




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SANDRA SMITH Business 

157 Riverview Avenue 

Popular "Smitty" is usually seen with her friends, Barb, Paula, 
and Jan . . . plans to become a secretary in the future. 

Activities : Pep Club 4. 



SHERRY SMITH Business 

113 High Street 

Pretty and popular Sherry, the "strawberry blonde," is a future 
secretary . . . loves eating seafood or listening to records with 
pals, Gail, Sue, Charlotte, and Carol . . . it's off to Katharine 
Gibbs for Sherry after graduation. Best of luck! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3; Talent Show 4; Graduation Usher 3; Blood- 
mobile 4; Business Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary-Treas- 
urer 4; Mirror Homeroom Representative 2; Mirror Literary Staff 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3. 





WALTER SMITH College 

132 Trapelo Road 

Women drivers peeve Wally, who is a driving enthusiast himself. 
"Why not?" he asks of his friends, Gene and Pete. Roast beef 
makes Wally's mouth water. A career in accounting adds up 
fine in his plan book. 

WILLIAM SMITH Vocational 

121 Pine Street 

Tall "Smitty," who came to W.H.S. via South Junior High, en- 
joys following pro-hockey and basketball games . . .' will make 
company vice presidents of Den, Bud, and Bill when he has 
his iiwn business. Good luck. Bill! 
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MAUREEN SPAULDING Business 

97 Villa Street 

Brown-eyed "Mac" is off to I.B.M. school next year . . . "filed" 
the halls with Louise, Lorraine, and Charlotte. Best wishes, 
Maureen, in everything you do. 

Activities : Operetta 2. 



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ELAINE STAHL 

32 Waverly Oaks Road 

This peppy miss enjoys spaghetti with Pat, Carol, Priscilla, 
Ginny, and Jeanne . . . will don a white uniform and carry 
a thermometer in the future . . . has all the symptoms of success. 

Activities : Dramatics Club 4. 



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THOMAS STANTON Vocational 

44 Concord Road, Wayland 

Popular Tom likes math best in his auto mechanics course, but 
dislikes people who "go back on their word." Tom plus the 
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NANCY STASCAVAGE Business 

93 Cherry Street 

When not eating roast or pizza, "Stasc" is sure to be writing 
letters. "Why not?" is most often heard by Janice, Sandra, Pat, 
Pam, and Marilyn . . . dislikes conceited boys and homework 
. . . hears wedding bells chiming in the future. 

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ELAINE STERN 

775 Trapelo Road 

"Always-on-the-go" Elaine divides her spare time between cheer- 
ing and swimming . . . friends, Polly, Marcia, Bobbie, Anne and 
Faith, share her love for pizza . . . sees the portals of a liberal 
arts college in her magic crystal ball. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Cheering 3, 4; Usher at Open House 2; Library Council 2, 3, 4; 
Graduation Usher 3; Bloodmobile 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Mirror 
Business Staff 3; Mirror Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 

ALAN STEWART College 

868 Winter Street 

Actor Al enjoys eating, especially steak, ice cream, and dill 
pickles . . . likes to bowl in his spare time. Bob, Richard, Don, 
and Ronnie rate strikes in his game ... is aiming for a 
liberal arts college. 

Activities: Dramatics Club 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Christmas Sln>« 
2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; Glee Club 2. 

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DOROTHEA STIRLING 

16 Centre Street 

'"You know what I mean?" asks "Dora" when she describes the 

taste of her sub sandwich . . . would ban tests on Monday . . . 

really enjoys ice-skating with friends, Speedy, Joan, and Dottie. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Art Club 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 1; Talent Show I; 
Library Council 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Representative 2; Glee Club 2; Dramatics 
Club 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Christmas Show 3. 

WILLIAM STITT Vocational 

84 Gardner Street 

Brown-eyed "Willy" likes sleeping, eating spaghetti, and playing 
hockey . . . calls drawing period best part of day . . . plans 
to continue with drafting in the Navy. You have the blueprint 
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JUDITH STOCKWELL College 

60 Marlborough Road 

Judy hopes to attend Colorado University and get her degree in 
law . . . favorite pastime is the Civil Air Patrol. Fly high, Judy! 

Activities: Christmas Show 3; Glee Club 3; Newspaper Staff 3. 



MICHAEL SULLIVAN College 

54 Riverview Avenue 

Surprise tests are really an unpleasant surprise to popular 
"Sully" . . . accompanied anywhere and any time by Eldon, Al, 
and Pete . . . future plans include Fitchburg State Teachers 
College. 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Student 
Council Representative 3; Christmas Show 3, 4; Glee Club 2. 





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ELIZABETH SWANSON College 

117 Edgewater Drive 

"Betty," usually seen with Judy and Kathy, enjoys listening 
to the radio in her spare time. Lobster and steak are her favorite 
meals; gym showers, her pet peeve. After graduating, Betty 
plans to attend a secretarial school. Good luck in everything, 
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MARGARET SWANSON 

234 Prospect Hill Road 

People who "mangle the truth" rate very low with bouncy 

Margaret . . . Italian food is her favorite dish . . . always 

seen with Bev, Gerry, Janet, and Helen ... all our best 

wishes, Margaret! 

Activities: Dramatics Club 2. 4; Talent Show 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; 



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EDWARD SWEENEY Vocational 

11 Copley Avenue 

Look for 6' 11" "Bubbles'" with Ray, Bob, and Jean. This 
brown-eyed lad likes his math classes most at W.H.S. Good 
luck in whatever you do, Bob! 

NANCY TABB College 

79 Prospect Hill Road 

'"Be serious!" says popular Nancy, a former Miss Charm . . . 
almost always found with Marg, Jean, Marcia, and Judy . . . 
enjoys swimming and eating steak smothered in mushrooms 
. . . future will find her at Pembroke. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Debating Club 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Math Club 
4; Maroon Squad 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4; Blood- 
mobile 4; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Open House Usher 3; 
Girls' Sports 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 3, 4; Mirror Representative 3; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Representative to Girls' State 3; A.F.S. Committee 3; 
Senior Play 4 ; Kingsbury Temperance Fund 3. 



PATRICIA TABORSAK Business 

152 Robbins Street 

'"Tabby" is a pizza eater . . . wants to be a private secretary 
. . . hopes the boss's son will be her type." Look for her with 
Marilyn, Pam, Diane, Nancy, and Joan. 

Activities: Business Staff 3. 4; Talent Show 4; Open House Usher 4. 





CARRIE-LOU TALVY College 

49 Harvard Street 

Art and "philosophizing" take up most of brown-eyed Carrie- 
Lou's spare time; dill pickles and pastromi sandwiches make up 
most of her menus. Joanie, Dottie, Carrots, Karen, Maureen, or 
Rufus usually answer this cheerful Miss's "Varoom nicht?" A 
school of fine arts and a teaching career are next in sight 
for Carrie. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Bowling 2; Talent Show 2, 3. 4, 
Scenery Chairman 4; Usher at Open House 2; Student Council Representative 
2, 3; Newspaper Staff 2; Mirror Art Staff 3; Chairman of Decorating Com- 
mittee, Junior Prom 3. 




CAROLYN TARANTO College 

34 Park Street 

Carol loves sub sandwiches and dancing at the Tote . . . 
friends include Nancy, Marilyn, and Jeanette . . . plans to 
attend University of Massachusetts in the fall. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Pep Club 3: 
Usher at Open House 3; Glee Club 2; Operetta 2. 

FRED TESTA Technical 

81 Vernon Street 

Fun-loving Fred dislikes homework over the weekend . . . 
enjoys boating . . . cohorts include Ike, Mike, Bob, and Dick 
. . . plans to attend Northeastern University after graduation 
from W.H.S. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1; Rifle Club 4; Talent Show 4: 
Math Club 4. 

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DIANE THOMPSON College 

676 Trapelo Road 

"Guess what?" is the cry of college-bound "Di" . . . list of 
favorites including pizza and hot dogs, is topped by Jean, Judy, 
Del, Nancy, and Barbara. This pretty lass loves talking on the 
phone . . . dislikes midnight curfews. We know she'll succeed 
as a language teacher. 

Activities : Christmas Show 4; German Club 3, 1; Latin Club 2; Dramatic? 
Club 2, 3, 4; Open House 2, 3; Mirror Business Staff 3; Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 3; Art Club 4; Ski Club 4; Debating Club 3, 4. 

LOUISE THOMPSON College 

38 Turner Street 

Lively "Lou" enjoys eating steak or being with Marie, Pat, Jan. 
or Sally . . . often heard exclaiming, "Not you again!" The 
future holds attendance at a business school. 

Activities : Mirror Business Staff 4. 







RUTH THORBURN College 

17 Andrea Road 

Ruth hits her happiest note when singing in the "Choralettes" 
with Ellen, Kathy, and Ginny . . . brown-eyed lover of chicken. 
After college Ruth hopes to sing equations as a math teacher. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Christmas Show 2, 3, 4: 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Open House Usher 3; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation 
Usher 3; Red Cross Representative 2; Math Club 4; Glee Club 2; Blood- 
mobile 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 



LINDAFLOR TIANGCO College 

26 Park Street 

Our active and talented A.F.S. student came to us from the 
University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines. If she's not 
found collecting stamps, postcards, pennants, pencils, or book 
covers, she'll be singing or reading with Judy, Cindy, Zeynep. 
Christine, and Penny. Next year we'll find her at Regis ... a 
future doctor or member of the Foreign Service. 

Activities : Debating Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Dramatics Club Play 4: 
Talent Show 4; Girls' Sports 4; A.F.S. 4. 





FRED TIERNEY Business 

31 Lawrence Street 

If you are ever looking for Fred, you'll probably find him work- 
ing under a car or studying accounting at Bentley's . . . pals 
include Dick, Kenny, Roy, and Mucka. Best of luck in the 
future, Fred ! 

JOHN TIERNEY College 

41 Dix Street 

Jack, as his friends, Stan, Louie, and Dave, call him, hates 
getting up in the morning but loves fried chicken. This blue- 
eyed member of the senior class has decided to continue his 
education at Northeastern. 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Math Club 4. 

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ZEYNEP TOROS College 

38 Clark Lane 

Our foreign student from Istanbul, Turkey, black-eyed "Zeyny" 
enjoys writing compositions for Mr. Hood and "setting up" her 
sister's hair. Zeynep cheers loudly for W.H.S.'s team with Cindy. 
Penny, and "two Judies." Her favorite food is a Turkish de- 
light, shisk kebab, while her pet peeve is "betting and losing." 
Zeynep hopes to continue her education in the U.S.A. 

Activities: German Club 4; Debating Club 4; Ski Club 4; Senior Play 4; 
Talent Show 4: Badminton 4. 



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PAUL TRAVIS 

513 Lexington Street 

Enthusiastic Paul likes cars . . . constant companions include 
Ken, Bill, Fred, Len, Larry, and Al . . . lobster rates highest on 
his menu . . . future aim is the Air Force. Fly high, Paul! 



MICHAEL VALLERAND Vocational 

148% School Street 

Big Mike enjoys math . . . pizza and girls rank high with Mike 
also . . . looks forward to becoming a draftsman. 

Activities: Baseball 3, I; French Club 2. 





RICHARD VANARIA Vocational 
96 Bright Street 

Look for "Big Dick" working out his geometry problems or 

eating spaghetti and sausage. Buckoy, Chaisson, Moose, and 

Sturge are his buddies. In the future he hopes to open his 
own gas station. Pleasant pumping, Dick! 




KENNETH VENO College 

30 Hiawatha Avenue 

Brown-eyed Kenny hails from North Junior High. He enjoys 
eating steak or pizza in his spare time . . . friends are Bill, 
Den, Dick, and Charlie. After graduation it's off to the service 
for Ken. 

CATHERINE VISCUSO Business 

18 Kendall Park 

Pretty "Kay" came to W.H.S. from New York . . . enjoys 
watching television and eating roast beef when not with Mary 
Ann, Charlotte, and Judy . . . would like to work as a book- 
keeper after graduation . . . from all accounts, this adds up 
to be a happy future. 

Activities : Basketball 3: Archery 3. 

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RICHARD WALDRON Business 

3 Mayhall Road 

The pleasure that "Rickie" finds "messing around" with cars 
counter-balances his dislikes for doing homework . . . friends 
are Fred, Pudgy, Mac, and Butch. After graduation Richard 
plans to become a professional barber. 

Activities : Basketball 2. 

LEONARD WALENCIS College 

56 Woerd Avenue 

Tinkering with radios is "Wally's" favorite pastime. After 
graduation from Wentworth, he plans to place a ban on all 
three-wheeled cars . . . often seen in the halls of W.H.S. with 
Art and Wally. 

Activities : German Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Art Club 4. 






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JEAN WALL 

456 Trapelo Road 

Hazel-eyed "Jeannie" came to W.H.S. 
favorite pastime is writing letters . . 
Frannie, Nancy, Dottie, and Diane . . 
. . . future plans include college. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Pep Club 2; Dramatics Club 4; Ski Club 4; Debating 
Club 4; Christmas Show 4; Basketball 2; Bowling 3; Softball 2; Dance 
Committee 3. 



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JUDITH WALLIS Business 

12 Albemarle Road 

Blue-eyed Judy is always hungry . . . enjoys eating her cheese- 
burgers with Carol, Gail, Peggy, and Pat. Good luck to a 
future secretary. 

Activities: Business Staff 3, 4. 





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WILLIAM WALTON College 

84 Beal Road 

Popular Bill, a North Junior alumnus, has a passion for steak 
. . . partners in crime are Mac, Jim, Don, and Jerry. This 
brown-eyed lad's future plans include Northeastern University 
and a career in electronic engineering. Best of luck, Bill! 

Activities: Math Club 1; Audio-Visual Staff 2. 

MARIE WARREN College 

101 Hawthorne Road 

This blue-eyed miss is most often seen with Bea and Linda . . . 
enjoys music in her spare time. Her future plans include, 
attendance at a good college. 

Activities: Prom Committee 3; Math Club I; I'slior at Open House 2, 3. 

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SUZANNE WEAGLE College 

17-5 Garden Circle 

"Oh, cut it out!" exclaims vivacious Sue . . . dislikes people 
who are never on time . . . friends are Charlotte, Charlene, 
Merrily, and Dick . . . plans to attend Lasell Junior College 
and become an executive secretary. 

Activities: Latin Club 2, Vice President 2; Dramatics Club 2, 4; Talent 
Show 4; Newspaper Staff 3; Mirror Literary Staff 4; Mirror Homeroom 
Representative 2. 

ALTON WEBB General 

73 Irving Street 

Ambitious "Al" is usually seen swimming with his friends, 
Bob, Ron, and Tom, or eating hamburgers, hamburgers, ham- 
burgers . . . will join the Marine Corps after graduation and 
then don the uniform of a state policeman. 



HARRISON WEBB College 

105 Edgewater Drive 

Popular, fun-loving Hank has Brandeis and law school on his 
agenda. Among his many friends are Warner, Charlie, Ken, 
Mike, and Lindaflar. 

Activities : German Club 3, 4; Talent Show 2, 3, 4; Football Usher 4; 
Audio-Visual Staff 3, 4. 






EILEEN WEISER College 

111 Brewster Road 

'"You'd better believe it!" chuckles Eileen. She's chatting about 
her plans to attend Mt. Ida Junior College. Irene, Judy, and 
Bobbie are confederates . . . steak cooked any way rates an 
automatic "A." Sleeping is "Weis's" favorite pastime, but 
people who change their minds get on her nerves. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Pep Club 4; Library Council 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 4; 210 Staff 4; A.F.S. Committee 3. 




DOUGLAS WELLS College 

12 Linden Terrace 

A future veterinarian, popular Doug dislikes people who don't 
keep secrets . . . will share his first million with Jerry, Beverly, 
Bob, Tony, Joel, and Sandy. Chicken, girls, and shooting are 
favorites. Good luck in college, Doug! 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Talent Show 
3; Cafeteria Squad 2; Maroon Squad 4; Christmas Show 4; Ski Club 4; 
Dramatics Club 4; Debating Club 4; Talent Show Committee 4. 

JANICE WHEELER Business 

39 Miriam Road 

Pretty "Jan" spends her time thinking of places to see . . . 
says "Gee whizz!" to unfriendly people . . . friends include 
Nancy, Sandy, Betsy, and Bob . . . likes potato chips and roast 
lamb . . . will fly high as an airline stewardess. 

Activities: Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2; Mirror 
Representative 3; Mirror Clerical Staff 4; March of Dimes Representative 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3. q , 





BEATRICE WILLIAMS General 

250 Bacon Street 

An avid cook, brown-eyed "Bea" dislikes people in the kitchen 
while she's preparing pizza for Linda, Marie, Ginnie, or Dotty. 
Her future plans include working with foods in some capacity. 

Activities : Usher at Open House 3; Business Staff of Mirror 4; Dramatics 
Club 4. 

NANCY WILLIAMS College 

66-D Hansen Road 

Energetic "Nance" enjoys the girls' sports at W.H.S. . . . 
people who don't smile are low on her list . . . many friends 
include Gail, Kathy, Ginny, Diane, and Carolyn. Sleeping, 
fried onion rings, and blueberry pie are rated "special" in her 
book . . . looking forward to Mr. Ida Junior College and 
becoming a stewardess. 

Activities: Latin Club 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Representative 2; Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; News- 
paper Editor 4; Homeroom Representative for Junior Prom 3; Senior Play 
Homeroom Representative 4, 






RAYMOND WITHAM 

58 Fiske Street 

A popular member of the "Ivy Tones," 

St. Mary's. A very active participant 

perhaps like to make a career of the Air Force 

crew would be Joe, Tommy, and Dodo. 

Activities : Talent Show 3, 4. 



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EVELYN WOOD General 

53 Piedmont Avenue 

"How do you like it now?" asks blonde "Charlie" to her 
friends, Judy and Ellen . . . will eat fried clams and pizza any 
time, any place. Good wishes, Evelyn! 





RONALD WOODLAND Technical 

102 Parkview Road 

Jovial "Woody," usually seen with Jim, Joe, and Ken, wishes 
to study either Mechanical Engineering at Northeastern Univer- 
sity or Aeronautical Engineering at M.I.T. This young astron- 
omer likes "star-gazing" and skin diving any time at all. 

Activities : German Club 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4. 

FRANCES WRIGHT College 

142 Clark Street 

"Frannie," who's aiming for Framingham State Teachers' Col- 
lege, spends her spare time talking on the telephone with Paula, 
Joanne, Bari, or Elaine. Best of luck always, Frannie! 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2; Debating Club 4; Dramatics Club 
3, 4; Ski Club 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; Talent Show 2. 4; Usher at 
Open House 2; Cafeteria Squad 4; Red Cross Representative 2; Student 
Council Representative 3, 4; Maroon Squad 4; Christmas Show 3; Drum 
Majorette 2, 3, 4; Clinical Staff 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 2, 3; Class Vice 
President 2; Mirror Staff 2, 3, 4; Chairman of Sophomore Hop Committee; 
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CHARLES YEO College 

132 Myrtle Street 

Happy-go-lucky "Charlie" plans to join Uncle Sam after gradu- 
ation and then work . . . always seen with Elf, Jerry, Butch, 
Jack, or Bernie . . . enjoys a glass of milk with a cheeseburger 
any time at all. 

LAWRENCE ZASTREA Vocational 

71 Fuller Street 

"Jas" enjoys math, Italian foods, and movies . . . relaxes play- 
ing basketball and hockey . . . best friends are Buddy and 
Jim. After graduation from W.H.S. he plans to become a 
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KENNETH ZENO College 

7 Joyce Road 

Popular Ken enjoys debating, playing football, and eating 
ravioli . . . usually seen roaming with Joel, Tony, and Charlie. 
After graduation Ken hopes to be a surgeon or a philosopher. 

Activities: German Club 2, Vice-President 3; Latin Club 2; Debating Club 
2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club Play 3, 4; 
Football 3, 4; Talent Show Assistant Producer 3, Producer-Director 4; 
Maroon Squad 4; Crimson Key 4; Newspaper Editor 4; Mirror Business 
Staff 2, 4; Delegate to Youth Conference 3; A.F.S. Committee 3, 4; W.H.S.'s 
Representative to Student Government Day at State House 4. 





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GERALD ZOEHLER 

764 Lexington Street 

Jovial Jerry wants to attend Colby and then become a dentist 
. . . would give free gold fillings to Dougie, Tony, Ben, and 
Joel. Happy drilling, Jerry! 

Activities: German Club 2, 3; Ski Club 4; Rifle Club 2, 3, 4, President 
3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 4; Rifle Team Captain 2, 3, 
Senior Play 4; Dramatics Club Play 4; Talent Show 4; Crimson Key 
Class Day Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; National Honor Society 3 
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GERALD BATCHELDER Vocational 

84 Francis Street 

Brown-eyed "Butch" is an alumnus of North Junior High. This tall 
lad likes science classes and any kind of sports . . future holds 
job as combination welder at B.T.U. for Butch. Good luck, Gerald! 
JOHN COLLURA College 

158 Russell Street 

Except for doing long homework assignments John enjoys almost 
anything . . . especially likes playing basketball and weight-lift- 
ing . . . best friends are Paul, Ed, Dick, and Fred. After gradua- 
tion John plans to attend Brandeis University and to obtain a 
Ph.D. in microbiology. 

JOSEPH DE MARCO Business 

138 Virginia Road 

Girls who can't dance "bug" energetic Joe, who sees the Navy 

first in the future . . . can be found working on cars in his spare 

time or "doing nothing" with Ronnie and Steve. Sirloin steak tops 

the menu of this future restaurant owner. 

LORNA DeMONT General 

43 Fiske Avenue 

Known to her friends, Dotty, Ginny, and Beatty, as "Doony," Lor- 
na hopes to become a model. All seafoods rate high with this at- 
tractive senior. 

Activities: Cafeteria Squad 4; Decorating Committee 2. 

VIRGINIA FEGAN Business 

59 Plympton Street 

Pretty, dark-haired "Ginny" plans to enter the business world 

. . . friends include Gail, Marie, Marilyn, and Sherry . . . likes 

lunch periods and the 2:30 bell best at W.H.S. 

CLAIRE GALLAGHER General 

16 Auburn Street 

Brown-eyed "Kay" likes telephones . . . wears out English with 

Kathy, Linda, Judy, and Evie. Good luck in whatever you may 

do, W.H.S.'er! 

Activities: Play Committee 2; Talent Show Committee 2. 

LINCOLN GRANT Business 

194 Lake Street 

"Abe" likes hunting, fishing, working, and eating rabbit stew 
. . . likes almost everyone except teachers who give out too many 
sessions. After graduating he'll travel to Florida before getting a 
college education. 

Activities: Audio-Visual Staff 2, 3; Cafeteria Squad 3. 

KEVIN HAYES Vocational 

44 Cedar Street 

Energetic "Haize" may be seen at almost any hockey game . . . 
gym rates highest on his list of favorites . . . clams are his favor- 
ite dish . . . heard saying, "That's boss!" to Guga, Rich, and 
Chuck . . . hopes to become a printer after graduation. 
WILLIAM KILEY College 

18 Beaver Street 

"Yeow!" Big Bill really tackles his sirloin steak and anyone not 
on the Crimson football team. Look for him next year at B.C. or 
Northeastern. 

Activities: Football 4: Dramatics Club 4: Talent Show 4; Cafeteria Squad 2 3- 
Mirror Representative 4. 

PAUL LeLIEVRE Vocational 

120 Massasoit Avenue 

A member of the auto body department, auburn-haired "Gino" 
enjoys shop best at W.H.S. . . . likes spending his spare time 
at movies, dances, or fixing his car . . . plans a bright future as 
an electronic technician. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES MASTERSON College 

2 Chester Lane 

"I didn't, did I?" shouts "Bat" as he rolls down a "strike" while 

bowling . . . occasionally takes time out for a pint of fried clams 

. . . plans to join Navy R.O.T.C. . . . friends are Ken, Tom, and 

Gene. 

CHARLOTTE McCULLOUGH College 

36 Newton Street 

Energetic "Butch", a transfer from Nashua High, likes girls' sports 

at W.H.S. . . . can be found strumming a "uke" or eating ice 

cream in her spare time . . . sees college and the service after 

graduation. Good luck, Butch! 

Activities: Badminton, Basketball 3, 4. 

PHILIP McPHEE College 

22^/2 Rumford Avenue 

Blonde, blue-eyed Phil came to W.H.S. from South Junior. An 
avid sports fan, he can be seen with friends, Mac, Dave, Ed, and 
Fred . . . future plans are indefinite, but he is sure to be successful. 

Activities: Hockey 2, 3, 4; Mirror Art Staff 4. 



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DAVID MEISSNER 

35 Crestview Road 

"Mouse," who is usually seen with Butch, Dick, or Do Do, enjoys 
playing hockey and eating well-done steak . . . says "all right" 
when talk turns to his future Navy career. Best of luck, David! 
CHARLOTTE MOSCATO Business 

149 Florence Road 

Pretty Charlotte, with her dark brown hair and brown eyes, dis- 
likes crowded buses "with passion" . . . usually found with Barbie, 
Mary Ann, Katie, and Grace. Good luck to a future airline stew- 
ardess. 

EUGENE O'NEIL College 

37 Autumn Lane 

"Geno" is most often seen with Link, Bill, and Ken . . . favorite 
food is spaghetti. Northeastern University and an engineering ca- 
reer are included in Geno's future plans. 

Activities : Football 3. 

DENNIS O'LEARY College 

110 Ellison Park 

Gray-eyed Dennis is a future geologist ... his Geiger counter 
clicks at the mention of B.C. . . . look for his art work hanging 
in the Louvre. Best wishes, Dennis! 

Activities: Matli Club 4; Mirror Art Staff 3, 4, Co-editor of Art Staff 3, 4. 

HOWARD PAYNE College 

775 Trapelo Road 

Popular Howie, whose favorite pastime is basketball, is a trans- 
fer to W.H.S. from Mackin High School in Washington, D.C. . . . 
will keep climbing the educational ladder to college after grad- 
uation. Best wishes for success, Howie! 

Activities : Student Council Homeroom Representative 4. 

ROBERT SMALL Vocational 

198 Adams Street 

Energetic "Bob" enjoys shop best . . . would spend all his time 

at auto body work with Paul, Charles, and Fred ... he has a 

custom-made future. 

ROBERT SENNETT General 

14 Brookway 

An alumnus of South Junior, Bob, alias "Sapphire," likes lunch 

periods with Butch, Dick, and Bob; his favorite food is burgers. 

Bob's future plans include joining the Air Force. 

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As we crossed the threshold of the new Lexington Street School on September 16, 1957, we 
embarked upon another episode in our lives, our high school career. Upperclassmen and sopho- 
mores were equally confused by the maze of corridors and staircases, so we missed being directed 
to the "elevator" or the "broomcloset." 

Our first social event of the year took place in the high school gym, but who would have 
recognized the gym the night of the Harvest Dance? It was gayly decorated with pumpkins, 
scarecrows, and corn shocks, which gave a Halloween air to this gala affair. 

At the Newton rally we heard shouts of "Fight, score, win!", and we did win, 27-7. This was 
only one of the many victories we enjoyed during the season as the squad chalked up a 6-1-1 
record. Helping the 1957 team along were Al Graceffa, Carl Pergola, Mike Skane, and Bob 
McCullough, all members of our own Class of 1960. 

At the beginning of the third quarter we held our first official elections, and the winning 
candidates were Jimmy Curtin, Franny Wright, Janice Wheeler, and Diane Christian as president, 
vice president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively. 

"Cruising Along in '58" was the theme of our annual talent show for the benefit of the 
American Field Service. Through it, we visited such far away places as London, Paris, and Milan. 

Cheers of "Beat that other team!" were heard amidst peals of laughter at the Student-Faculty 
basketball game sponsored by the Student Council. Undaunted by the excitement, the Faculty 
emerged victorious, 25-16. 

A great honor was paid to a member of the Sophomore Class when Anne Paquette was chosen 
by director Raymond A. Crawford to play the lead in the production of Naughty Marietta, a 
comic opera. 

As the year drew to a close and the seniors finally graduated, we found ourselves moved up 
a notch. We were upperclassmen ready to welcome the new sophomores. 

Our junior year got under way with our classes at the Senior High School on School Street, 
and again we went through the process of being confused and lost, for a little while anyway. 

A new feature at Waltham High was the Football Pep Squad with Paula Herter as the peppy 
co-chairman. In their bright red and white outfits, the club members lent strong moral support 
to our gridiron team. 

At Christmas time we were royally entertained at an assembly by a chorus directed by Mr. 
Raymond A. Crawford and featuring our own Class of 1960 soloist, Anne Paquette. 

The theme of the Junior Prom, which was held February 20, 1959, was hearts and flowers. 
Trellises, hearts, and flowers in rainbow hues decorated the gym, the ceiling of which was 
centered by a rotating crystal ball. The prom provided an evening of fun and enjoyment for 
the more than one hundred couples who attended. The Junior Class officers who headed the 
Prom Committee were Al Graceffa, president; Paulette Fienman, vice president; Janice Wheeler, 
secretary; and Suzanne Weagle, treasurer. 

Waltham High was the scene of the American Field Service weekend, in which twenty-four 
foreign exchange students participated. They were guests of W.H.S. students and were honored 
at a splash party and dance held at the Boys' Club to raise funds to further the exchange 
program. 

The A.F.S. also benefited by the 1959 Talent Show, the theme of which was "Broadway." This 
production featured many of the songs from the hit musicals on Broadway and was thoroughly 
entertaining. 

Through the American Field Service Summer Exchange Program, Christine Cosgrove, '60, was 
selected to represent Waltham High as an exchange student to Italy. 

The 1959 Kingsbury Temperance Fund Essay Contest was won by Barbara Mostowitz, Christine 
Cosgrove, Faith Norton, Hank Webb, Anne Paquette, Thomas Kinraide, Kenny Zeno, Dotty 
O'Malley, Nancy Tabb, Sandra Bessey, Patricia Cross, and Maureen Reilly. 

Clifford Erickson represented Waltham High at the "Youth Conference on the Atom" at 
Atlantic City, New Jersey. Accompanying our top scientist was Almon W. Morang, head of our 
Science Department. 

At the annual spring convention of the Junior Classical League, Tony Palumbo and Pat Cross 
were elected president and secretary, respectively, of the Massachusetts J.C.L. Kenny Zeno 
represented Waltham High at the Governor's Council on Youth. Having received scholarships 
from the Waltham Red Cross Chapter, Ann Paquette and Barbara Mostowitz attended a Leader- 
ship Training Center at Phillips Academy, Andover, during the last week of August 1959. 

A momentous event in the life of more than thirty juniors was their initiation into the National 
Honor Society. The students were chosen on the basis of excellence in character, scholarship, 







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citizenship, and leadership. Elected officers of the Honor Society were Rohert Dangelmayer, 
Nancy Tabb, and Sherry Smith as president, vice president, and secretary-treasurer, respectively. 

At the graduation exercises of the Class of 1959, three juniors received special awards for 
high scholastic records. The Harvard Book Award was presented to Robert Dangelmayer, and 
the first annual Phi Beta Kappa Book Awards to Christine Cosgrove and Patricia Cross. The 
W.H.S. delegates to Girls' State and Boys' State were Nancy Tabb and David Butler. 

On Friday, June 19, 1959, we officially became seniors as school came to an end for another 
year. 

Our senior year began at last on September 10, 1959. We we^e saddened at the resignation of 
Francis E. Sheehy, our headmaster, but we happily anticipated the arrival of our new headmaster. 
William J. Gallagher, former principal of North Junior High, and we welcomed four foreign 
students to our Senior Class: Lindaflor Tiangco, Philippines; Zeynep Toros, Turkey; Charles 
Magarian, Egypt; and Maurice DiNitto, Italy. The permanent officers of the Class of 1960, who 
were elected during the previous spring, were Richard Martin, Penny Schofield, Janice Wheeler, 
and Barbara Mostowitz as president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively. The 
Student Council officers included Alfio Graceffa, president; Anne Paquette, girls' vice president; 
Tony Palumbo, boys' vice president ; and Clifford Erickson, secretary-treasurer. 

Katherine Cahill and Elaine Stern were named co-editors of the 7960 Mirror. Pat Cross and 
Christine Cosgrove were named Editors-in-Chief of our weekly newspaper column, This Week 
at Waltham High. 

Our sports season got underway with football first on the agenda. The boys, under Co-captains 
Al Graceffa and Carl Pergola, succeeded in defeating our arch-rival Newton in one of the most 
thrilling games of the season. Senior members of our squad included Mike Skane, Allie Crane, 
John Frechette, Billy Noke, Arthur Main, Jimmy Curtin, Bobby Dangelmayer, Walter Gleason, 
Mike McNamara, and Joe LaCava. Our cheerleaders, led by Millie Salamone and supervised by 
Mrs. Dunbrack, included Elaine Stern, Anne Paquette, Marcia Gilli, Linda Mosman, and Sue 
Weagle. 

With Mr. Gerard Belliveau director and Tony Palumbo student director, the Senior Class 
presented "Burner of the Bugle," a farce in three acts. Joel Cohn and Joanne Ala played the 
leads, and the supporting cast helped to make this truly a success. 

On December 4 the hockey team opened its season in the G.B.I. League under co-captains 
Jerry Zoehler and Ben Potter. Seniors helping the team along to victory included Randy Martin, 
Jay MacDonald, Phil McPhee, and Carl Pergola. Cheering the unceasing efforts of these boys 
were Charlene DeRose, Joanne Hayes, Terry Iannuzzo, Barbara Hart, Carol Murphy, Barbara 
Mostowitz, and Penny Schofield. 

The Waltham High Band and the Choralettes, all seniors, under the direction of Raymond A. 
Crawford, presented a Christmas Assembly for the benefit of the entire student body and faculty. 

Many awards and honors were bestowed upon members of the Senior Class throughout the 
year. The recipients were the following: the Freedman-Kaitz Award, Richard Martin; Voice of 
Democracy Contest, Barbara Mostowitz; Student Government Day Representative, Kenny Zeno; 
D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award, Barbara Mostowitz; This Is My Security Contest, Christine 
Cosgrove; Homemaker of Tomorrow Award, Barbara Mostowitz; and March of Dimes Candidates, 
Roberta Smith and Janice Wheeler. 

Co-captains Mike Skane and Mike Sullivan led the basketball team to victory many times. The 
other senior players included Allie Crane, alias "Mr. Clutch," Bernie Malloy, and Bill Smith. 

"Once in Every Family" was the title of the Dramatics Club play produced by Mr. Gerard 
Beiliveau with Joanne Ala and Gladys Kenney as student directors. The leading roles were 
taken by Nancy Tabb and George Breslin. 

"Expressions" was the fitting theme of our 1960 Talent Show, as we traced the history of 
music under the direction of Kenny Zeno and honorary director Lindaflor Tiangco, our exchange 
student from the Philippines. 

The climax of our senior year was the Senior Prom, an evening of rapture mingled with a 
little sadness. The beautiful decorations, the swirling colors of the gowns, and the soft strains 
of "Auld Lang Syne" made the evening complete. 

Now we are ready to receive our diplomas at Graduation tomorrow knowing full well that we 
are closing the door on three of the best years of our lives . . . our years at Waltham High School. 

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As I rode down Fienman Boulevard, the main street of Memoryville, U. S. A., in my Paolino- 
propelled rocket mobile, I gasped in astonishment at the sights before me. A neon sign on the 
corner of Barr and Fienman informed me that this building was the Lincoln Grant National 
Bank. The building was so magnificently constructed that I wanted to inquire about the 
architect's name. As I entered the bank, I waved to the friendly and efficient tellers, Marilyn 
Rodier and Lorraine Smith. Marcia Collins, who had become vice president when she was only 
twenty years old, showed me to the president's office. What a surprise to see the door marked 
"Alfred Crane — President." When he asked me inside, Allie told me he had retired from his 
position as high scorer for the Boston Celtics. For five years Crazylegs Dave Smith, Low-flying 
Fred LaChapelle, and Towering Howie Payne had been his teammates. Allie then escorted me 
into his executive secretary's office. Perched behind an Evelyn Wood desk was Miss Redhead 
of 1980, Sherry Smith! ! ! When I asked Allie about the building's architect, he lifted from 
Sherry's desk a calendar which said "LaCava and Lerro." Naturally I had heard about this 
famous team. They had just completed remodeling the Empire State Building. Paul Duprez 
had done the interior decorating for both of these stupendous structures. 

After spending an enjoyable morning reminiscing with Allie, I departed in search of a well- 
known restaurant. As I was driving down Mirabito Way, my Paolino-propelled mobile suddenly 
sputtered to a standstill. What could I do? I was marooned in the middle of a strange town. 
I picked my Eglitis vista-phone and dialed "0" for operator. "Operator, operator! What can 
I do? I am stranded in my rocket mobile and don't know how to start it!" "Call MOonview 
3-5936821-J and ask for William Glovasky, head Mobile-Mechanic. I'm sure he'll be able to 
help you," answered the friendly voice. As I hung up I realized that the voice was that of 
Paula LaMont. Quickly I dialed "0" again, but I failed to reach the same operator. This time 
I talked to Janet McFarland, who was in charge of all the telephone operators of the Aucoin 
Telephone Company. I dialed the number Paula had given me and asked for a mechanic who 
could assist me. As soon as I had hung up the phone, Bill Glovasky arrived. Quick as a wink 
Bill fixed my vehicle, and I resumed my search for an eating place. As I continued along 
Mirabito Way, I saw a billboard with an enormous plate of spaghetti pictured on it. The sign 
said, "No one makes spaghetti as Joanne Muller does! Try this exciting new dish at Grace 
Giardina's new restaurant." The directions said to continue a mile on Mirabito and then take 
a right onto Casella Place. I carefully followed the directions, and as I drew up in front of 
"Giardina's" James McDonnell offered to park my Paolino-propelled rocket mobile in Robert 
Sennett's parking lot. It seems that Robert was in Africa hunting for big game on a safari led 
by Irene Asekoff. This caravan was said to be the safest expedition ever to leave the United 
States. 

Naturally it was safe — the animals had all been tamed for Billy Gates' modernistic 
Bronx Zoo. As I entered Grace's new emporium, I was dazzled by the display of precious gems. 
Dorothea Sterling's jewelry store, celebrating its fifteenth anniversary, had sent diamond neck- 
laces for Grace's first fifty patrons. Gail Borges, hostess of this charming dinner club, led me 
to a table near the stage. I was just in time for the afternoon performance. First on the enter- 
tainment program were the Choralettes, those famous singers from Waltham High School. We 
always knew they'd be the best female vocalists in the world. As I listened to their act, I 
thought about the good old days at Waltham High. In harmonious voices Faith Norton, Ginny 
Sinclair, Ellen Estabrook, Ruth Thorburn, Kathy Sederquist, and Anne Paquette sang about 
"Blue Skies over Mercury!" I asked Anne who'd composed that masterpiece and found that it 
was Elizabeth Swanson (Swan Song), the most famous composer of the twentieth century. My 



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speedy waitress Carole Parkhurst brought me the menu, and as I looked over the items, the 
words "Filet Mignon a la Coveney" leaped out from the page. Upon inquiring, I found that 
this tempting dish had been developed and perfected by that mathematical genius of space — 
Marie Coveney, who cooked exotic dishes in her spare time. As a special favor to Dean Edward 
Kaplan, Marie was teaching Nuclear physics at Palumbo Institute of Technology. As I was 
leaving the restaurant after a supremely delicious meal, I noticed a large poster announcing 
Laura Maccio's lecture, which would take place at Mike Skane's world renowned Studio of Fine 
Arts in a week. I climbed back into my mobile and, as I turned onto Battaglia Way, I saw a 
very distinguished gentleman alighting from a Meissner taxi. At a second glance I recognized 
him to be Charles Magarian. "Hello, Mr. Magadan. How do you happen to be here?" Charlie 
told me that he was now American ambassador to Egypt. Priscilla Goolkasian, who held the 
Violin Crown of the Northern Hemisphere, accompanied him on this tour of Memoryville. 

"Extra, extra! Read all about it! Waltham man breaks up rocket-stealing ring on the moon.*' 
Hastily I gave Joseph Lopez a quarter for today's edition of the "Cosgrove Gazette." I flipped 
the pages to the continuation of the story. As I reached page one hundred three, a giant colored 
picture of Linda Leonard caught by eye. She and Paula Herter had just taxied in on Willy 
Cincotta's landing strip after their successful trip to Livelyville, the heart of Paris' fashion 
center, where they'd reviewed the latest fall fashions of the Paris designers. Linda reported 
that the new silhouettes were the most exciting yet. Although Bari Biederbeck was displaying 
a hemline even shorter than this year's, Charlene DeRose had extended hers nearly to her ankle. 
I made it a point to stop at my favorite department store, the "Pretty Penny," owned and 
operated by Penny Schofield, to order a new Pat Lowd creation for my wardrobe. Penny's top 
salesgirl Charlotte Smith helped me choose from her selection of hand-made space suits. I de- 
cided on a bright orange one as a birthday present for Dr. Hank Webb, now working laboriously 
on his forthcoming novel, "The Web of Intrigue." In the notions section I bought a Paul Mc- 
Laughlin space-o-meter for my Paolino-propelled rocket mobile. Across the way I noticed the 
celebrated author, Eugene O'Neil, namesake of the noted playwright. I saw I better not stop 
to talk to him because he was so busy juggling a dozen of Don More's shirts for salesgirl Diane 
Thompson to place on the shelves. They were the most amazing, dazzling shirts I'd ever seen. 
Made of exotic Wheeler silk imported from the desperado Indian town of Gilligansville, these 
masterpieces of art were sure to be a sell-out. Suddenly it occurred to me that I hadn't yet 
read the article about the rocket-stealing ring. I flipped the pages of the newspaper to the 
editorial commending these men for their brave deeds. And to my surprise, in large bold letters, 
there was the name of Christine Cosgrove, Editor. Recognizing her at once as the former co- 
editor of the Waltham High School column, I decided to pay her a call. 

At the Cosgrove Evening Gazette Office it was a minute or two before I could attract anyone's 
attention, as the room was in a state of complete chaos. Finally one lady put down her Rigoli 
receiver. When she smiled I recognized Susan Place, a member of that great secretarial course 
of 1960. In the background I could hear a booming voice, immediately causing me to turn 
around. That voice! There couldn't be another one like it anywhere! Sure enough there was 
Alfio Graceffa, now sports editor of this prominent newspaper, looking very perturbed as he was 
trying to get the attention of the copy boy. Al hollered, "Copy boy! Copy boy! Where's that 
Bill Noko? Why isn't he here when I want him? I just bought him a new pair of rocket roller 
skates. Can't he ever be on time?" Al escorted me into his office where the walls were covered 
with pictures of our famous old W.H.S. alumni in the sports world. There was Joe Russo, newly 
crowned Mr. Universe of 1980. As I scanned the wall, another name stood out. Janet May 




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was leading the Women's American League with a batting average of .561. The Randall twins, 
Peter and Harold, known professionally as the "Phantoms on Skis," were making their debut 
on the Austrian slopes. 

From the sports department I traveled across the hall to the room of the Art Staff, headed 
by Edith Loeser. Busily working for today's publication was Denise Denehy. Taking time out 
from his tedious schedule at the Ippolito Wayside Inn where he was Master of Ceremonies, was 
Teddy Flynn. He was now sketching the political cartoon, a caricature of Ken Zeno who is 
running for the office of President of the New Republic of Neptune. On the opposing party's 
ticket was Bob Dangelmayer. Time was getting short so I decided to be on my way. 

As I emerged from the newspaper building, I saw a stand set up on the sidewalk. Dennis Dube 
and Jim Merrill were selling tickets to the Neptune County Fair. At 4:15 I caught the Neptune 
Special. My ticket said I would arrive there only 20 minutes after my take-off. Dick Cusack, 
the pilot, with his co-pilotess Betty Scott, deftly guided the Pazolt missile on the two-million 
mile flight. 

Once arriving in the world of Neptune, I unfastened my Red Martin moonsuit, designed by 
that whiz of outer space, and climbed down with the aid of stewardess Geraldine Maker. She 
was extremely polite. Inquiring I found her alma mater to be the Linda Mosman Finishing 
School, world renowned for its charming, efficient, capable airline hostesses. As I traveled 
toward the town of Testaville, my attention turned to an odd excursion approaching our carriage. 
It couldn't be! Not Russell LeClaire! It was a forty-four piece band led by Donna Hoyt and 
Frances Wright, drum majorettes. Donna and Fran, now professionals, had formed a baton space 
twirling school for the children of Testaville. As the band passed my portable reviewing stand, 
I noticed that Carole Home was chief saxophonist. Leading the hometown group of Brownie 
Rockettes and a Girl Scout Brigade was Civil Air Patrol leader Judy Stockwell. 

After the parade, I decided to stop in the local theater to catch the early show at Marsh's 
Movieland, the gateway to stardom. Tonight the Woman's Club had rented the hall for their 
annual variety show to be climaxed by the crowning of the 1980 Miss March of Dollars. The 
man in the next seat informed me that this show was a long awaited event by the Testaville folk. 

First to appear on the scene was Frances Chapdelaine with her remarkably well-trained dog 
trio of John, George, and Nemo. Tom Barca, the master of ceremonies, announced with his 
cheerful voice that the next act would be Joanne Hayes doing her impersonations of the great 
comedienne Joanne "The Whiz" Ala. Diane Christian brought her dummy Ala-wishes Van 
Croperton into the audience where she signed autographs for her many fans. As a special treat 
for the teen-space age members of the house, the team of Klimoski and Cohn, known world- 
wide for their newspaper column of "Dear Abby Plus," gave advice to the lovelorn. The bugles 
soon foretold the crowning of the Miss March of Dollars. Testaville Mayor Paul Erwin placed 
the crown on the long sparkling tresses of Miss "Bobbi" Smith. The performance was over, and 
I decided it was time I found accommodations for the night. 

Outside, the meteor lights of the town shone brightly, illuminating the revolving sidewalks 
designed by Bob Isaacson, who was now working on the Gullotti Gateway to the Moon. This 
bridge was named for that famed Russell Gullotti, who ten years previously had discovered 
diamonds on the Moon's crust. The town's hotel-1-0 was just closing. Quickly I pressed my 
sidewalk button to "zoom," but I was too late; the hotel door was locked. Peeping through 
an open window in the rear of the building, I noticed a sleeping bellboy. It was Paul Banacos. 
"Butch," I screamed, "I haven't seen you in twenty years." After he was fully awake, we 
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by escorting me to a room after closing hours. My room was magnificently decorated. I fell on the 
spaceo-bed and was soon transported to the hand of Nod. 

Next morning there came a knock on the door. "Come in," I cried. In walked Butch with 
a tray of exotic looking dishes. Filled with curiosity, I demanded an explanation for this con- 
glomeration of delicacies. Morley astronautical soup was the morning appetizer. The main dish 
was toast a la mode smothered in rich creamy Parker butter and eggs boiled in the shape of 
Neptune. 

After my delicious meal Butch suggested that I visit the Testaville Astrobiological Regional 
School where Michael Sullivan was dean. That afternoon, following Butch's advice, I journeyed 
along DiMuzio Drive in my Paolino-propelled rocket mobile to the outskirts of the city, where 
the college was located. Once inside this huge structure, I wandered down the many winding 
corridors looking for the door marked Dean. After many futile attempts to find Dean Sullivan's 
office, I decided to open one of the numerous doors to investigate. Entering the room, I was 
almost swallowed up by the enormous, entangling vines which grew in great quantity in this 
laboratory. I fought my way through the dense overgrowth and came upon Professor Barbara 
Mostowitz and her assistant Paulet Kirley, who were deeply engrossed in an experiment con- 
cerning the plant life of Venus. After inquiring from them the location of Dean Sullivan's 
office, I managed to fight my way back through the grasping vines and left the jungle-like 
laboratory. 

Once again outside in the endless corridors, I finally found Dean Sullivan's office. Petite 
Pat Ferriter, Mike's private secretary, ushered me into the great educator's inner office. There 
Richie Waldron was showing Mike his new version of the Radosta, named for that great woman 
scientist, Joan Radosta. 

After discussing old times, we went for a tour of Mike's Astrobiological School. He told me 
that the building had been designed by Walter Alterisio and constructed under the supervision 
of Fred Fowler, two of the most successful of Waltham High's 1960 graduates. 

Although I was a bit squeamish at the thought of visiting the experimental laboratories, I 
reluctantly accepted the kind invitation of the dean and his able assistant, Frank Colangelo. 

When we reached the labs, Mike led me to a room where George Breslin was performing a 
vital experiment concerning a monkey's reactions to plant life on the newly-discovered planet, 
Browning, explored by Kenneth Brown. Working beside George was Charlotte McCullough, 
who was testing the life expectancy of white mice. I marveled at her courage in handling those 
squirming white rodents. The two biologists were so deeply engrossed in their studies that I 
could see that I should not disturb them. Dean Sullivan told me that he had only 50 seconds 
to reach a very important meeting of the board of trustees, so reluctantly I bid him farewell. 

Suddenly I realized that I, too, would be late for my meeting with James Hubd and Edward 
Doucette if I did not catch the next rocket back to earth. As I hurried to return to our home 
planet, I thought again of the day's amazing events and wished that I could start on my journey 
all over again. 

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Co-Captain 
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MESSAGE FROM OUR COACH 

The 1959 football season had many thrills and exciting moments. True, we won but two games and 
lost five, but the season proved to be a success in a way, for the team progressed as the weeks went 
by, and Newton and Somerville were defeated in the last two games. 

Offensively, we seemed to move the ball by rushing and passing. But defensively we did not have 
the proper "set up" and "experience" to stop our opponent. Even in defeating Newton and Somer- 
ville our defense had many "gaps." 

And yet many of the boys who played very good football for us will return for the 1960 season. Our 
line will be much stronger in depth and experience. Our backfield will have a year of veteran play 
behind them. 

The seniors who leave us will be surely missed. They certainly gave their fullest effort and desire. 
Little fellows like Ai Graceffa and Allie Crane will be hard to replace. Big boys like Carl Pergola and 
John Frechette are not expendable. Mike Skane, Arthur Main, Robert Dangelmayer, William Noke, 
Michael McNamara, Kenny Zeno, Joe La Cava and Jim Curtin will be a huge loss. 





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First row: L. Zeno, A. Main, T. Russo, E. Reed, Co-Capt. A. Gracef- 
fa, Co-Capt. C. Pergola, P. Thiffault, W. Gleason, J. LaCava, A. 
Domings, F. Forte. 

Second row: R. Vitale, D. Stevenson, R. Lopez, D. Morreale, M. Mc- 



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FOOTBALL SQUAD 1959 

Namara, J. Curtin, A. Crane, K. Zeno, F. Tortola. 
Third row: W. Hamilton, B. Pantanella, C. Freeman, A. Cosgrove, 
B. Danglemayer, M. Skane, J. Frechette, B. Noke, J. Estabrook, 
T. Hardy, P. Catino. 




KEN ZENO 




JOE LaCAVA 



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One of the saddest events of our high school ca- 
reers was the death on January 22, 1960, of our 
cheerleaders' delightful mascot, Leslie Dunbrack. 
Her happy spontaneity, which affected all those 
around her, will never be forgotten by us who 
loved her. 

May She Rest in Peace. 



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WALTHAM HIGH BASKETBALL SQUAD 1960 

First tow: Bernie Malloy, Brian Duffy, Co-Captain Mike Skane, Co-Captain Mike Sullivan, Bill 
Smith, Bill Rodrigues. 

Second row: Paul Ricci, Don Guillette, Coach Arthur Quinn, Ray Vitale, Allie Crane. 



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Co-Captain 
JERRY ZOEHLER 



Co-Captain 
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Front tow: P. McPhee, B. Potter, G. Zoehler, L. Brophy, C. Pergola, R. Martin, J. MacDonald, T. 
Cousens. 

Middle row: J. Estabrook, J. Leone, N. McPhee, C. Freeman, W. Benoit, F. Kelly, A. McCarthy, 
Walter Brinn, Coach. 

Back tow: D. Magner, S. Brinn, P. O'Mara, D. Littlefield, B. Foster, F. Viles, T. Eastler, R. Doucette, 
R. Cincotta. 





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Basketball 



First row: Betty Wareing, Susan Soles, Helen Larks, Mary 

Kelton, Judy Cambal. 
Second row: Gloria Fitch, Pam Agrillo, Lynne Yeamans, 

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First row: Betty Wareing, Barbara Arsenault, Susan Soles, 

Mary Kelton, Sandra Tomao, Barbara Walazek, Judy 

Cambal, Nancy Vittum, Carol Nelson. 
Second row: Sylvia Reese, Diane Pugsley, Pam Agrillo, 

Ann Farnsworth, Lynne Yeamans, Helen Larks, Elaine 

Soberg, Sandra Storer. 
Third row: Terry DiGregorio, Gloria Fitch, Rosie Chiasson, 

Nancy Burke, Diane Bornback, Carol Caney, Heather 

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First row: Joanna Cahill, Mary Kelton, Sandra Tomao, 
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President: Al Graceffa 
Boys' Vice President: Tony Pal umbo 
Girls' Vice President: Anne Paquette 
Secretary-Treasurer: Cliff Erickson 
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DRUM MAJORETTES 

Donna Hoyt — Head Majorette 

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GERMAN HONOR SOCIETY 




President: Joseph Garrahan 
Vice President: Susan Crane 
Secretary: Dolores Mello 
Treasurer: Connie Curnyn 


1. Connie Curnyn 

2. Nancy Borden 

3. Alvin Linnell 

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Faculty Adviser 
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'Twas the night before deadlines — and right up to the very last 
minute Mr. Thomas Neylon, our faculty adviser, was busy helping 
us to complete the Mirror. Because of his endless patience and 
thoughtful advice this year's Mirror will rank as one of the finest 
school yearbooks ever published. Gaze into our Mirror and you 
will see the reflections of his tireless effort and helpful guidance. 
So . . . 

For our Mirror, Mirror on the wall 
We thank Mr. Neylon most of all! 



MR. THOMAS F. NEYLON JR. 



Once upon a time there was an art supervisor named Mr. Paul Shea. 
When he heard of our plans to incorporate more art into the Mirror, 
he willingly volunteered his aid. His experience and interest helped 
the art staff immeasurably in producing the fine work you have 
enjoyed in this book. We are very thankful for his interest and 
assistance. 





MR. PAUL D. SHEA 



The staff wishes to express its thanks to: 

Mr. William Gallagher and Mr. James Westall for their many courtesies, 

Mrs. Thomas Neylon for proofreading, 

Mr. Guy Cogswell, Mr. George Doorakian, the News Tribune, 

Phipps Studio, and Russo Studio for their photographic assistance. 



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FRIENDS OF WALTHAM HIGH 



Dr. Peter Angelo 

Dr. A. P. Bloomenthal 

Dr. Douglas E. Butman 

Cahill-Delaney-Lawson — Attorneys 

Dr. Earl F. Campbell 

Dr. Joseph Caravaglio 

Dr. Samuel Cohn 

Coleman and Sons — Realtors 

John C. Collins — Attorney 

Don Cronin 

Dr. I. L Cutler 

Richard Dacey and John Jenney — Attorneys 

Arthur Finn — Attorney 

Flynn and Flynn — Attorneys 

A Friend 

Dr. Leon Ginsburg 

Dr. John Hanagan 

Harnish, Mansfield, Marsh and MacDonald 

Harvey, Bannan and Bannan 

Dr. Stephen Hodge Jr. 

John L. Larkin, D.M.D. 

Councilor J. D. McCarthy 

Dr. John D. Meola, D.D.S. 

Dr. John Morrison 

Roger Neelon 

Sebastian Olivo — Attorney 

Roderick J. O'Neil 

Mayor Austin D. Rhodes 

Dr. Harold B. Reilly, D.D.S. 

Harvey Resh — Attorney 

Dr. Nicholas Semenza 

James Smith — Attorney 

Dr. Louis Stern 

Dr. Ralph Tarullo 

Eugene Tougas — Attorney 

Dr. Anthony Vanaria, D.D.S. 

J. Chester Webb — Attorney 

Dr. Thomas P. White 

Dr. Warren G. Young 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Arico 

Irad B. Hardy, M.D. 

J. M. Jarasoff, D.V.M. 

Prospect Lodge No. 35, 1.O.O.F. 

Waltham Lodge 953, B.P.O.E. 

Knights of Columbus, Waltham Council 147 

Loyal Order of Moose, Waltham Lodge 1018 





Compliments of 

DAVID PHIPPS STUDIO 

Photographers for Three Generations 














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873 Main St. Waltham, Mass. 
TW. 3-3431 TW. 3-4697 









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Judith Marsh 
Janet May 
Lorretta Mazzola 
Benjamin Potter 
Robert Powers 
Judith McAndrews 
Arthur Prior 
Jean McCarthy 
Peter Randall 
Joseph Rigoli 
Judith McCarthy 
Edward Rogers 
Janet McFarland 
Joseph Russo 
Richard Ryan 
Marilyn Mclvor 
Thomas Schuster 
Phyllis McKay 
Joy McKenzie 
Robert Sennett 
Robert Shady 
Agnes McLaughlin 
Todd Sherman 
Sally Mirabito 
Marlene Mears 
Mike Skane 
Lorraine Milliken 
Dave Smith 
Dolores Mello 
Alan Stewart 
Michael Sullivan 



MR. JAMES GARRAHAN 



£xqui4ite flecveOtcf, 



Compliments of 

KAY JEWELERS 

387 Moody St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 




Compliments of 

FRANK A. McCUSKER 
COMPANY 

Real Estate 

CLARA HAMEL CAHILL 
Treasurer 

TW. 9-1688 TW. 3-3822 



Compliments of 

VARNEY PRINTING CO. 

Wedding Invitations Our Specialty 
Offset and Letterpress 

75-77 Charles St. 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

Tw. 9-8181 



Compliments of 

McKENZIE 

TRAVEL SERVICE 

194 Moody St. 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

TW. 3-8800 



Precision Milling 

R. F. BROWN 
CO. 

140 High Street 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

TW. 3-0509 



Special Instruments or Equipment 
DEVELOPED AND PERFECTED 

D. A. BRUNTON CO., INC. 

838 Guinan St. 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

TW. 4-4830 



SERVICE WHEN 

YOU NEED IT ILLSLEY ' S 

SERVICE STATION 




825 Main Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 4-6985 



MULLANEYS PHARMACY 

JOHN S. MULLANEY Jr., Reg. Ph. 

463 Main Street 

WALTHAM .MASS. 

TW. 3-3797 



Compliments of 

THE POTTER PRESS 

Business Forms Manufacturer 
515 SOUTH STREET WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM 
PRECISION INSTRUMENT COMPANY 

22 1 Crescent Street 

WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 

TW. 3-4000 



WEST END 
CHEVROLET COMPANY 

South St. Waltham, Mass. 




ROGERS PHARMACY 
INC. 

The Rexall Store 

923 Main Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 4-3160 



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THE 
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Raytheon offers you ! 








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tomorrow's marvels ... is today's fastest-growing 
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B. J. POOLE 

YOURTROUBIES AUTO RE p A|R$ 

^t^cT^ VANISH 

^©^^^, * 835 Moody St. 

*^» y*^S WALTHAM, MASS. 
"\^mjr TW. 3-3900 


Now Two Locations! 

DURRELL 
DISTRIBUTORS 

INCORPORATED 

922 Main Street, Waltham 

(1 Mile From Route 128 on Route 20) 

TWinbrook 3-7020 




222 Mystic Avenue, Medford 
EXport 5-6700 

Open Daily From 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. 
Saturdays 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. 




LEVIN'S 

tverything in Fabrics 

CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES 

and Slip Covers 

22 Lexington St. TW. 3-7143 


"HOUSE OF PIZZA" 

33 Varieties 33 

Home Made Pizza 

Spaghetti — Subs 

721-3 MOODY ST., WALTHAM 

TW. 3-9473 
3 Blocks From W. Newton Line 


LINEAR ELECTRONICS CO. 

109 Hammond Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

WALTHAM'S DISTRIBUTOR 

of 

Electronic Parts for 

INDUSTRY— SCHOOLS— AMATEUR 

DEALER— Hi-Fi 

TW. 4-1300 


Compliments 
of 

CLEVITE TRANSISTOR 
PRODUCTS 

Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM WALLPAPER 

& 
PAINT CORPORATION 

591 MAIN ST. 


Setten, 1/afae4. ft 

ESSEX f<T 

Store of Famous Brands (iz 
for W^ 
Dad and Lad tlj 

336 Moody St. I l 
WALTHAM, MASS. \ 

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MR. RAYMOND YETTEN 



Charlotte McCullough 
Judith Parker 
Carole Parkhurst 
Nancy Pedersen 
Susan Place 
Antoinette Profetto 
Joan Radosta 
Mary Ann Rando 
Joan Rayne 
Judith Recine 
Karen Reidy 
Maureen Reilly 
Christine Ricard 
Gail Richardson 
Dorothy Ricker 
Ruth Robinson 




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Marilyn Rodier 
Sandra Sablone 
Barbara Schofield 
Penelope Schofield 
Elizabeth Scott 
Kathleen Sederquist 
Muriel Shaughnesy 
Paula Shaughnesy 
Virginia Sinclair 
Patricia Slaman 
Charlotte Smith 
Roberta Smith 
Carmela Salamone 



WENTHWORTH FUNERAL HOME 


Waltham 54, Mass. 


Compliments 


of 


WALTHAM FEDERAL SAVINGS 


& LOAN ASSOCIATION 


Compliments 


TW. 3-7792 


of 


ELECTRO CONTRACTING 




AND 


RUSSO'S 


SERVICE CORP. 


ART STUDIO 


Electro Contracting 




and 




Engineering 




129 RUSSELL STREET 


EXPERTS IN PHOTOGRAPHY 


WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



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FLORIST 



Telephone 
TWinbrook 4-6161 



225-229 High Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 







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Elaine Stern 
Fred Testa 
Lindaflor Tiangco 
Fred Tierney 
John Tierney 
Paul Travis 
Zeynep Toros 
Kenneth Veno 
Leonard Walencis 
William Walton 
Richard Waldron 
Harrison Webb 
Douglas Wells 
Francis Wenzler 
Raymond Witham 
Ronald Woodland 
Kenneth Zeno 
Gerald Zoehler 



Room 215 



MRS. MARY S. DUNBRACK 

Russell LeClair 
Patricia Lowd 
Diane Morly 
Charlotte Mascato 
Linda Mosman 
Barbara Mostowitz 
Joanne Muller 
Carole Murphy 
Margaret Murray 
Helen Neufell 
Faith Norton 
Esther Olofson 
Dorothy O'Malley 
Sandra Paglierani 
Diane Patten 
Carolyn Paolino 
Anne Paquette 




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and Best Values in 

Casuals 
Flats 

Cha Cha Boots 


FOR MEN AND BOYS 


ALL AT $3.95 
Remember! 




WAL-LEX 


331 Moody St. 
TW. 3-1088 


SHOE COMPANY 

WAL-LEX SHOPPING AREA 

Lexington Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 


BENNET R. # NEIL 

Prescription Optician 


Compliments 


ZENITH HEARING AIDS- 
BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES 


of 


742 Main St. Telephone 
Waltham, Mass. TW 3-0654 


NICKERSON 
& 
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BLANCHARD'S 


Paints — Art Supplies — Wallpaper 


RESTAURANT 






917 Main Street 


641 Main St. 


WALTHAM 54, MASS. 


WALTHAM, MASS. — TW 3-9649 





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Today, there are more men engaged in research than ever before in 
the history of mankind. Their achievements are being accelerated by 
modern equipment which makes possible in moments that which 
previously required months. The result is a tremendous volume of 
new information that is being added to man's storehouse of knowledge 
at a rate faster than he can assimilate it and put it to effective use. v_^*-> 
Itek Corporation is engaged in creating systems which will collect, 
compress, code, index and store this information 
and have it available for display on a mo- 
ment's notice. This work involves the prac- 
tical application of the most advanced 
concepts of communication theory, t^$~> 
Itek information handling systems serve a 
variety of purposes in government, in- 
dustry, science, education and the armed 
forces. In the area of photo reconnaissance for example, it is important 
to our nation's security that the photo interpreter be able to devote as 
much of his time as possible to the actual process of interpretation. 
Itek systems will automate much of the process of photo interpretation 
to eliminate routine work. In education, Itek systems will permit 
scholars to make more effective use of knowledge that is available, and 
will improve learning and teaching methods. *_***-» In pioneering the 
new science of Information Technology, Itek is 
blending the skills and experience of scientists and 
engineers in a variety of disciplines. The effi- 
cient application of these skills is opening a 
bright, new era in man's search for a better 
world. *_-*o If you would like additional in- 
formation, write for booklet, This Is Itek. 




Itek Corporation 

Walthani 54, Massachusetts. 

Itek Boston a science and technology center. 
Itek Palo Alto an aero-spacetechnologycenter 
Vidya Incorporated a research subsidiary 
Photostat Corporation a subsidiary. 



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Room 201 

MRS. SARAH GOLDINGS 

Patricia Ferriter 
Paulette Fienman 
Judith Flanigan 
Kathleen Flynn 
Claire Gallagher 
Sally Gauthier 
Grace Giardina 
Marcia Gilli 
Walter Gleason 
Priscilla Goolkasian 
William Gould 
Mary Gouthro 
Alfio Graceffa 

Stephen Graceffa 
Lincoln Grant 

Walter Grasser 

Eldon Gray 

Russell Gullotti 

Louise Gustafson 

Velma Hanna 

Lynne Haron 

Barbara Hart 

David Hayes 

Robert Isaacson 

Kenneth Johnson 

James Judd 

David Kann 

Edward Kaplan 

Thomas Kinraide 

Walter Kirley 

Joseph LaCava 

William Kiley 






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To the Class of 1960 



Congratulations and very best wishes to each member 
of this year's Waltham High School graduating class. 
Your School, your family and the entire community are 
proud of your achievement. 

It is our fervent wish that as man now reaches for outer 
space and the Moon you reach for the highest possible 
education the loftiest of lifetime goals. 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH. JR. 



LOUIS J. KIRSCH, 3rd. 



WELTON D. BROWN 



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WEST END PHARMACY 



882 Main St. 
TW. 4-3637 



SHEER 
SIGN CO., INC. 

"Every Sign a Design" 

182 High St., Waltham 

TW. 4-4129 



RED CROSS PHARMACY 

S. M. SHRIBERG, Reg. Pharm. 

737 Moody St., Waltham, Mass. 

TW. 4-0034 

FREE DELIVERY SERVICE 



LEW'S 
FASHION SHOPPE 

'For Dresses — It's Lew's' 

377 Moody St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 4-2066 



Compliments 
of 

HAMILTON JENNEY 
STATION 



Model/Shop, 






EIPEtlMENTAL AND PRECISION 
MACHINE WORK 



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H. E. WESTON 
JEWELRY CO., INC. 

Diamonds # Watches # Jewelry 
CASH OR CREDIT 

344 Moody Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



FRANK H. DEMEO 

Furniture — Bedding 

Rugs — Carpets 

621-629 Moody St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 4-5561 






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Compliments 
of 

WAL-LEX 



60 Bowling Alleys 
Largest in New England 



LEXINGTON STREET 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



Room 
107 



MISS MARY C. MOONEY 

John Butler 
Angelina Casella 
Judith Chadwick 
William Cinotta 
Joel Cohn 
Patricia Chaisson 
Frances Chapdelaine 
Frank Colangelo 
Diane Christian 
John Collura 
James Cook 
Beverly Clark 
Martha Close 
Donald Cornwell 
Richard Correia 
Beverly Colborne 
Marcia Collins 
Allie Crane 
Donald Crowell 
Margaret Connolly 
James Curtin 
Marilyn Connors 
Christine Cosgrove 
Barbara Cotter 

Richard Cusack 
Robert Dangelmayer 
Marie Coveney 
Robert DeHaas 
Joseph DeMarco 
Patricia Cross 
Gail Curtis 
Edward Denk 




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Compliments 
of 



GRAPHIC MICROFLIM 
OF NEW ENGLAND, INC. 



On Route 128 at 1560 Trapelo Road 
Waltham 54, Massachusetts 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK 

Your School Savings Bank 

702 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 









Compliments 
of 



COMPO 

SHOE MACHINERY 

CORPORATION 



125 Roberts Road 
WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1960" 



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Compliments of 

FARM BUREAU 
ASSOCIATION 

155 Lexington St. 
Waltham 

TW. 3-3370 



Compliments 
of 

WALTHAM COAL AND OIL 
CO., INC. 

69 MAIN STREET 
Waltham, Mass. 



Phone: TWinbrook 3-1184 



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trman do 

THE HAIR STYLIST 



651 Main St. 
Waitham, Mass. 

To Be Well Dressed, 
Be Hair Dressed 





Compliments 
of 

EMBASSY 
THEATER 



Open Daily TW. 3-3414 

9-9 

DEFINO'S CLOTHING 

Wal-Lex Shopping Center 
CHILDREN WOMEN 



TWinbrook 4-9258 

20 Automatic Pin Setting 
Bowl Fast Machines 



A ex A Baiulaivay, 9ac. 

WALTHAM'S NEWEST RECREATION CENTER 



Proprietors 

ANTHONY J. CAMUTI 

ANTHONY J. LaCAVA 

50 Sun Street 

Waltham 54, Mass. 



TONY'S SPA 

Candy — Tobacco — Groceries 

47 LEXINGTON STREET 

Waltham, Mass. 



Compliments of 

CO-TRONICS CO. # INC, 

34 Pleasant St. 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 

WA-6- 1515 



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RINGS — PINS — FAVORS 
MEDALS — TROPHIES 



Jeweler of Your School Rings 

ELLERY P. KOCH 



21 Waterhouse Road 
BELMONT, MASS. 



GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY 

Of Waltham 
633 Main Street 

WALTHAM 54, MASSACHUSETTS 

600 Main Street 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



BRANCH 

424 Trapello Road 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



BRANCH 

Lincoln Square 

NATICK, MASS. 



Compliments 




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FRIENDS 


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MISS MARION L. MacQUARRIE 




Valerie Abruzzi 
John Ala 
Joanne Ala 
Kenneth Andrews 
Marie Anderson 
Richard Antonucci 
John Aucoin 
Irene Asekoff 
Mary Battaglia 
Paul Banacos 
David Barber 
Judy Behnke 
Caroline Berry 
Thomas Barca 
Sandra Bessey 
Bari Biederbeck 

Richard Beckland 

Nancy Borden 

Gail Borges 

Robert Barr 

Dollard Belliveau 

Eleanor Brownell 

Roy Bergerson 

Katherine Cahill 

Lawrence Bonfilio 

Thelma Carter 

George Breslin 

Carl Berquist 



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iCUBI 1^ OARR S 
S^i^J SHELL SERVICE 

962 Main St. (Banks Sq.) 

TWINBROOK 3-9405 

273 Waverly Oaks Rd. 

TWINBROOK 3-9509 


WAL-LEX 
HARDWARE 

858 Lexington St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 9-8999 


Compliments of 

ROBERT B. JOHNSON CO. 

Jewelers 

653 MAIN STREET 

WALTHAM, MASS. 


BYRON'S 
CLOTHING STORE 

Complete Formal Rental Service 
TW 3-7053 — 384-386 Moody St. 


R. F. STUMPF JR. L J. ARSENAULT 

AMERICAN SUPERIOR 

SHOE SERVICE CO. 

423 Lexington St. 

AUBURNDALE 

720 Moody St. 

WALTHAM 


SALAMONE'S 

SERVICE STATION 

INC. 

1074 Main St., Waltham, Mass. 

LOUIS SALAMONE 

TW. 3-9660 


PATTY'S DO-NUT 
DRIVE-IN 

223 High Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


A SATISFIED CUSTOMER IS OUR BEST ADVERTISEMENT 

JOSEPH A. POULIOT 

Furniture and Piano Moving 

Telephone . 

TW. 4-2428 

57 Fuller St. 

WALTTHAM, MASS. 



Best Wishes 
May You Never Stop Learning 




ASK THOSE WHO HAVE ATTENDED 



SUBURBAN SCHOOL 
FOR SECRETARIES 



14 Spring Street— Waltham—Tw. 3-3024 
CO-ED-OPEN DURING SUMMER DAY AND EVENING 



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Audrey Hayes 
Joanne Hayes 
Mary Hayes 
Paula Herter 
Carol Home 
Donna Hoyt 
Theresa Iannuzzo 
Linda Illsley 
Mary Ippolito 
Patricia Johnston 
Gladis Kenny 
Alice Keough 
Paulet Kirly 
Jean Klimoski 
Fred LaChapelle 
Paula Lamont 
Richard Landry 
Helen Larks 
Ronald Lazaro 
Jeannette LeBlanc 
Joseph Lerro 
Alvin Linnell 
Joseph Lopez 
Fred Lord 
Robert Mabie 
James MacDonald 
Paul MacDonald 
Richard MacDonald 
John MacNeill 
James Maher 
Arthur Main 
Randolph Martin 
James Master son 
Charles Magarian 
Wayne Murray 
William Noke 
Harold Randall 



Compliments of 

LEONARD M. QUENTAL 

Real Estate - Insurance 

155 Berkley St. Waltham 
TW. 3-0516 



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METAL FABRICATORS CORP, 

73 Pond Street 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



Compliments of 

FRANK J. MOONEY, SR. 

Insurance and Real Estate 

694 Main Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



TWinbrook 3-3000 "Good Food at it's Best" 

PIETY CORNER GARDENS RESTAURANT 

ITALIAN— AMERICAN RESTAURANT AND PIZZERIA 

260 LEXINGTON STREET WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



WALTHAM'S NEWEST . . . 

MOST MODERN CHINESE RESAURANT 



LUNCHEON — DINNER 
Enjoy our delicious cuisine 
In an atmosphere of mod- 
ern splendor and comfort 



OUTSTANDING 
CHINESE FOOD 

ORDERS PUT UP 
TO TAKE OUT 



Call TW 9-8189 
TW 9-2183 



CHINA TOWER 
RESTAURANT 




Chinese-American Foods 

HENRY YEE, Manager 

1074 Lexington Street Waltham 

Cor. Trapelo Rd. Ample Free Parking 

Monday Thru Friday 11:30 A.M.— 12 Midnight 

Saturday 11:30 A.M.— I A.M. Sunday 12 Noon— 12 Midnight 



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MISS ARLINE B. DARMEDY 



LeBrun, Dorothy 
Leonard, Katherine 
Leonard, Linda 
Leone, Joan 
Loeser, Edith 
Lowney, Karen 
Lydon, Merrily 
Maccio, Laura 
Maclvor, Paulette 
MacNeil, Margaret 
Maker, Geraldine 
Mancuso, Pauline 
Mannino, Rosalie 
Manning, Susan 
Mantenuto, Mary 
Marcoux, Marlene 
Lively, Diane 
Martin, Richard 
McCullough, Robert 
McDonnell, James 
McLaughlin, Paul 
McNamara, Michael 
McPhee, Philip 
Meissner, David 
Michaels, Walter 
More, Donald 
Narhuminti, Joseph 
Noke, Edmund 
O'Donnell, Robert 
O'Leary, Dennis 
O'Neil, Eugene 
Ofifice, Robert 
Palumbo, Anthony 
Parlee, Russell 
Pergola, Carl 
Payne, Howard 
Yeo, Charles 




! 






Compliments 
of 

C. MALONE 
TRUCKING, INC. 


Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 


Compliments of 

BERGERON CO., INC. 

50 Guinan St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW 4-4107 


B. C. AMES 

Manufacturers of 

DIAL INDICATORS 

and 

DIAL MICROMETERS 

131 Lexington St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


Congratulations to 
the I960 Graduating Class 

IRWIN'S 
FURNITURE 

Complete Home Furnishings 
for Less 

877-879 Main St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 3-8575 

WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS 



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Chiasson, Jacqueline 
Curtis, Grace 
Delano, Cynthia 
Deloury, Jean 
Deloury, June 
DeMont, Lorna 
Denehy, Denise 
DeRose, Charlene 
DeVincent, Edward 
Dicks, Marilyn 
DiGregorio, Arthur 
DiMuzio, Marie 
Dodge, Lesley 
Doherr, John 
Doyle, Patricia 
Dumais, Patricia 
Duprez, Paul 
Dupuis, Carolyn 
Edry. Richard 



Eglitis, John 
Erickson, Clifford 
Erwin, Paul 
Estabrook, Ellen 
Fasulo, Marilyn 
Faulkner, Joyce 
Fegan, Virginia 
Ferro, Joseph 
Fitzpatrick, Ellen 
Flynn, Edward 
Frechette, John 
Frizzell, Ronald 
Fucci, Fred 
Gage, Kenneth 
Garrahan, Joseph 
Gilberti, Cosmo 
Gilligan, Robert 
Ginsburg, Paul 









Compliments 
of 



FRANCIS J. JOYCE 
AND SONS 



Congratulations and Best Wishes for 

a Happy Future to the Members of the 

CLASS OF I960 



LEO GALLITANO 



ORDERS TAKEN FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS 




SUBMARINE SANDWICH SHOP 

Home of the Original Sub 

912 Main Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 

Sam Corrado, Prop. TWinbrook 3-9684 



Compliments of 

UNIVERSITY 
SHOE REPAIR 

903 Main Street 
WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



TW. 3-2065 

TAYTER'S 
POTATO CHIPS 

I 1 8 Calvalry Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 
MR. ELLISTON WHITMORE, Owner 



NEWTON ST. 
SERVICE STATION 

Calso Products 

Old Route 128— Corner River St. 

105 Newton St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 3-9631 



Compliments of 

WALTHAM SUPER MARKET 

840 Main St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

World's Largest Meat Dept. 



Compliments of 

FRANK J. WRIGHT 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Waltham, Mass. 
TW. 3-8752 




uke ZJux Shop 

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FLOYD HAMILTON 

Res. Phone 

TWinbrook 4-5122 



230 California Street 

NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone LAbell 7-0459 



WEST END SUB SHOP, INC. 

863 Main St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 

5 or More Sandwiches Free Delivery 

Mon-Sat 9-12 Midnight 

TW. 3-9238 



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Compliments of 

RISEBERGS 

286 Moody Street 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

"Your Teen Store in Waltham" 



TWinbrook 3-3615 
FORMICA PRODUCTS 

NEW ENGLAND CHAIR CO. 

MANUFACTURERS 

Dinette Sets — Breakfast Nooks 

577 Main Street Waltham, Mass. 

BOSTON WALTHAM MALDEN 



Compliments of 

JOSEPH CAMUTI 
PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 

976A Main St., Waltham, Mass. 
TW. 4-0423 



Compliments of 

ALBERT L MELLO, INC. 
Building Contractors 

1378 Trapelo Road 

WALTHAM 54, MASS. 

TW 3-7683 



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ROUNDUP FOOD STORES 

834 Warren St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 3-9428 


CONGRESS 
TEXTILE CO. 

102 School St. 

NEXT DOOR TO TONY'S SPA 

Your Friendly Yarn Store 


Compliments of 

IDEAL 
CONCRETE CO. 

Concrete and Cinder Blocks — Bricks 
Complete Line of Masons Supplies 

232 Lexington St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 4-3206 


"Young Men of '60" — 

Have you thought of making 

AVIATION 

your career? It's "America's most 
exciting industry"! For free cata- 
log describing Technician and Flight 
training, career opportunities, write 

EAST COAST 
AERO TECH 

Bedford Airport 
Lexington, Mass. 

Lie. Mass. Bd. Ed. 


GIVE YOUR CAR a ,J / 


Compliments of 

LA ROSA # S 
MEAT MARKET 

120 Waltham St. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW. 9-0709 


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LOUIE'S AUTO SHOP 

General Repairs 

25 S. Newton St. 

TW. 3-5689 














GOING 
FORMAL! 



Let Us Enhance Your Starry-Eyed Plans 

for the Prom Season 

Exciting Formals From $25.00 

100 SUMMER STREET 

BOSTON 

DE 8-8033 



Compliments of 

CASSON-DAVENPORT 



26 Otis Street 
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 



TW-4-6742 

WALTHAM 
AUTO WHOLESALES 

We Buy — Sell — Trade 

"We Trade Strong" 

74 LINDEN ST. 

Waltham 54, Mass. 


Twinbrook 4-2040 

RICHARD F. BALTULIS 
Jeweler 

353 NEWTON STREET 
Waltham 54, Mass. 


CHEZ ELISE 

Waltham's 

Complete Bridal Salon 
683 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments 
of 

SCOTT'S SURPLUS STORE 

463 Moody St. 
WALTHAM, MASS. 


Compliments of 

WAVECO CORP. 

233 High Street 

Wal+ham, Mass. 

TW 4-4461 


A. & F. TYPEWRITER CO. 

I.B.M. and Royal 

Electric Specialists 

Service — Sales — Rentals 

17 LEXINGTON STREET 

Waltham, Mass. 


TOWN PAINT & 
SUPPLY CO. 

797 Main St., TW. 4-7542 

667 Main St., TW 3-6032 

WALTHAM, MASS. 


Compliments 
of 

DECORE UPHOLSTERY 

94 Portland St. 
BOSTON, MASS. 



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W.H.S. CHEERLEADERS 


HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS 


FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 


Penny Schofield 


Milly Salamone 


Barbara Hart 


Elaine Stern 


Dorothy DeVincent 


Sue Weagle 


Carol Murphy 


Linda Mosman 


Eileen Garside 


Pauline Bratenas 


Diane Granchelli 


Marcia Gilli 


Terry lannuzzo 


Marcia Anderson 


Joanne Hayes 


Sue Lydon 


Barbara Mostowitz 


Anne Fredericks 


Charlene De Rose 


Anne Paquette 




Christine Murphy 







Room 
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MISS HELEN HIRST 

Barbara Murray 
Lorraine Smith 
Sandra Smith 
Sherry Smith 
Maureen Spaulding 
Elaine Stahl 
Dorothea Sterling 
Judy Stockwell 
Elizabeth Swanson 
Margaret Swanson 
Nancy Tabb 
Patricia Taborsak 
Carrie Lou Talvy 
Carolyn Taranto 

Diane Thompson 
Louise Thompson 
Ruth Thorburn 
Catherine Viscuso 
Jean Wall 
Judith Wallis 
Marie Warren 
Suzanne Weagle 
Eileen Weiser 
Janice Wheeler 
Beatrice Williams 
Nancy Williams 
Evelyn Wood 
Frances Wright 



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Compliments of 

LOPEZ TRUCKING 

LUMBER — OIL — GENERAL TRUCKING 

Servicing Me., N. H., Conn., R. I., and Mass. 

Two Way Radio 
WALTHAM, MASS. 



TW-3-7900 



CRONIN 
PETROLEUM TRUST 

Gasoline, Range and Diesel Fuel 

32 FELTON ST. WALTHAM, MASS. 

TW-3-3IOO 



We Invite You to the 

CHARTERHOUSE 
RESTAURANT 

Featuring Delicious Roast Beef, 

Steaks, and Baked Stuffed Lobster 

BANQUET FACILITIES CAN 

ACCOMMODATE FROM 15-150 

CHARTER MOTOR HOTEL 

Rt. 1 28 — Exit 42A 

at Winter St., Waltham, Mass. 

TW-9-8700 



Best Wishes to the Class of I960 

MIKE O'NEIL 
Photographer 



Garber Drivers Save Money on Insurance 
GARBER'S IS FIRST IN WALTHAM! 

Special Driver Education Courses 
Save Many Times the Cost of the Course 
High School Students May Take Classroom Instruction in School and Behind-the-Wheel 
Lessons at Garber's . . . AND STILL RECEIVE INSURANCE SAVINGS. 

For Further Information Call 

GARBER AUTO SCHOOL 

649 MAIN ST. WALTHAM 
TW 7-2100 



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ALLIED MACHINISTS 
OF WALTHAM, INC. 

PRODUCTION OF SMALL PARTS AND MACHINES 

Tool, Jig, Die and Fixture Work 

Electronic Components a Specialty Since 1942 

6-14 WATER STREET, WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Compliments of 

B & B MOTOR CO, INC. 

Oldsmobile Sales and Service 



SETH JOHNSON 
General Manager 



127 Linden Street 

Wal+ham 54, Mass. 

TWinbroolc 3-0782 



TOM LYONS 

Distributor 
Firestone Tires — Connare Retreads 



210 Lexington St. 
TW 4-4900 



614 Moody St. 
TW 4-5550 



BUDGET TERMS 



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When you graduate it's wonderful to have a telephone job waiting 
for you. You'll love the 'friendly new people you meet. And you'll 
like the excellent salary, the regular increases, the opportunities for 
advancement and the many additional benefits that make working 
for the Telephone Company so attractive to so many young people. 

Telephone jobs are important ones. We have our own training 
program which you can enter without any previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before 
you graduate. Ask the Guidance Counselor at your school to tell you 
when and where to apply. 

NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



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